The appropriate tribunal1 may, on an application for an order appointing a manager2, by order (whether interlocutory or final)3 appoint a manager to carry out, in relation to premises4, such functions in connection with the management of the premises5, or such functions of a receiver6, or both, as the tribunal thinks fit7. The appropriate tribunal may, however, only make such an order in the following circumstances8, namely:
(1) where the tribunal is satisfied9:
(a) that any relevant person10 either is in breach of any obligation owed by him to the tenant11 under his tenancy and relating to the management
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