The court1 must make an order for the possession of a dwelling house2 let under a secure tenancy3 if the court is satisfied that any of the following five conditions is met4:
(1) condition 1 is that:
(a) the tenant (or a person residing in or visiting the dwelling house) has been convicted of a serious offence5; and
(b) the serious offence6:
(c) was committed (wholly or partly) in, or in the locality of, the dwelling house7;
(d) was committed elsewhere against a person with a right (of whatever description) to reside in, or occupy housing accommodation in the
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