781. Case 8: letting in consequence of employment.

An order for possession1 may be made without proof of alternative accommodation if the court considers it reasonable2 to do so and the landlord3 can prove that:


    (1)     the tenant (that is not a service licensee)4 was in the employment of the landlord or a former landlord and the dwelling house was let5 to him in consequence of that employment6;


    (2)     he has ceased to be in that employment; and


    (3)     the dwelling house is reasonably required