The provisions enabling a tenant1 to serve a counter-notice2 and thereby render the landlord's3 notice to quit ineffective without the consent of the Tribunal4 are excluded in eight specified Cases5 and a landlord serving notice in reliance upon any of the reasons set out in those Cases need only establish the validity of the reasons stated in the notice, provided that the Case on which he relies is stated in the notice6. There is
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