The landlord under a residential tenancy agreement1 relating to premises in England may terminate the agreement in accordance with this section if the Secretary of State2 has given one or more notices in writing to the landlord which, taken together, identify the occupier3 of the premises or, if there is more than one occupier, all of them and state that the occupier or occupiers are disqualified as a result of their immigration status from occupying premises under a residential tenancy agreement4. The landlord may terminate the residential tenancy agreement by giving
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