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If you have the need for unloading assemblies then you have to load them in a dedicated AppDomain you will create first.
The advantages is that you can kill the newly created AppDomain (unloading assemblies) and other advantage is that if one assembly you load is "rotten" then you are not damaging the primary AppDomain.
The drawback is the only basic option to communicate between appdomain is remoting.

If you are looking for some kind of plug-in mechanism then have a look at ms Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF). You'll find good articles on CP about it.
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