Where the ground, or one of the grounds, for claiming possession specified in the landlord's notice1 is that, for the purposes of redevelopment after the termination of the tenancy, the landlord proposes to demolish or reconstruct the whole or a substantial part of the premises2, then, if on an application duly made3 the court4 is satisfied that the landlord5 has established that ground6, and is further satisfied:
(1) that, on that ground, possession of those premises will be required by the landlord on the date of termination7; and
(2) that the landlord has made such preparations (including the obtaining
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