Commentary

431 Cases where the court must order possession

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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431 Cases where the court must order possession

| Commentary

431 Cases where the court must order possession

The court must make an order for possession against an assured agricultural occupant in the following cases1:

  1. 431.1

        Ground 1: where the dwellinghouse is required as a residence for the landlord or his spouse.

  2. 431.2

        Ground 2: where the dwellinghouse is subject to a mortgage granted before the beginning of the tenancy and the mortgagee is entitled to exercise a power of sale and requires vacant possession.

  3. 431.3

        Ground 3: where the tenancy is a fixed term tenancy for a term of not more than eight months and it was immediately preceded

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