Where a notice in the prescribed form1 has been served on a tenant2:
(1) stating that proceedings for the possession of the dwelling house3 may be begun immediately4; and
(2) specifying the date sought by the landlord5 as the date on which the tenant is to give up possession of the dwelling house6,
the court may not entertain proceedings for the possession of the dwelling house unless they are begun at a time when the notice is still in force7.
(a) a notice of proceedings8 has been served on a tenant9; and
(b) a date after which proceedings may be
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