As from 1 April 20121, the following provisions have effect.
Where a landlord2 notifies the tenant3 that a family intervention tenancy4 is to be regarded as an assured tenancy5, the assured tenancy that arises by virtue of that notice6 is an assured shorthold tenancy if7:
(1) the landlord under the assured tenancy is a private registered provider of social housing8;
(2) the dwelling house9
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