The court must make an order for possession against a protected occupier2 or statutory tenant3 where:
the person who granted the tenancy or, as the case may be, the original tenancy4 (‘the original occupier’) was, prior to granting it, occupying the dwellinghouse as his residence5; and
the court is satisfied that the dwellinghouse is required as a residence for the original occupier or any member of his family who resided with him
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