Where a person ('the owner-occupier') who let1 the dwelling house on a regulated tenancy2 had, at any time before the letting, occupied it as his residence3 and:
(1) not later than the relevant date4 the landlord5 gave notice in writing to the tenant6 that possession might be recovered under this Case7; and
(2) the house has not since the prescribed date8 been let by the owner-occupier on a protected tenancy9 with respect to which the condition mentioned in head (1) above was not satisfied10; and
(3) the court is of the opinion that one of certain conditions11 is satisfied12,
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