A tenant1 may be given notice2 to quit part of a holding in four circumstances:
(1) where such a notice is valid in specified cases3;
(2) in the case of a notice to quit within Case G (death of the tenant)4 where the Tribunal5 gives consent in relation to only part of the holding6;
(3) under a clause in the contract of tenancy7; and
(4) by the owner of a severed part of the reversion8.
Only in the first and last mentioned cases may he enlarge the landlord's9 notice into a notice to quit the whole10.
Should the tenant quit part
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