On the termination of a tenancy1 under an order for possession2 any immediate or derivative subtenancy also immediately terminates; and the tenant3 is bound to give up possession of the house4 and premises5 to the landlord6 except in so far as he is precluded from doing so by the rights of other persons to retain possession under or by virtue of any enactment7.
Where a subtenancy of property comprised in the tenancy has been created after the date of the application for possession8, or any earlier date when, in a case where possession is being resumed for public purposes9, a
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