Where the ground specified in a notice of proceedings for possession1, whether with or without other grounds, is Ground 14A (domestic violence)2, and the partner who has left the dwelling house3 as mentioned in that ground is not a tenant4 of the dwelling house, the court must not entertain proceedings for possession of the dwelling house unless5:
(1) the landlord6 (or, in the case of joint landlords, at least one of them) has served on the partner who has left a copy of the notice or has taken all reasonable steps to serve a copy of the notice on
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