An application to the court1 to settle the terms2, other than rent3, of a statutory tenancy must be made by the landlord4; and
(1) must be made during the currency of the landlord's notice proposing a statutory tenancy5 and not earlier than two months after the giving of that notice (but, if the tenant has elected to retain possession, it may be made at a time not earlier than one month after the giving of the notice)6;
(2) may not be made for the determination of any matter as to which agreement7 has already been reached between the landlord
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