In relation to a secure tenancy1, the tenant2 is himself a successor if:
(1) the tenancy vested in him on succession to a periodic tenancy3; or
(2) he was a joint tenant and had become the sole tenant4; or
(3) the tenancy is a periodic tenancy arising on the ending of a term certain5, and the first tenancy was granted to another person or jointly to him and another person6; or
(4) he became the tenant on the tenancy being assigned to him7; or
(5) he become the tenant on the tenancy being vested in him on the death
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