The court has discretionary power2 to make an order for possession against a protected occupier3 or statutory tenant4where the dwellinghouse is reasonably required by the landlord for occupation as a residence for:
any son or daughter of his over 18 years of age6; or
his father or mother, or the father or mother of his wife, or husband or civil partner7; or
his grandfather or grandmother or the grandfather or grandmother of his wife, or husband or civil partner8,
and the landlord did not become landlord
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