Where a notice1, proposing terms of a statutory periodic tenancy2 that differ from the implied terms3, is referred to the appropriate tribunal4, the tribunal must consider the terms proposed in the notice and must determine whether those terms or some other terms, dealing with the same subject matter as the proposed terms, are such as, in the tribunal's opinion, might reasonably be expected to be found in an assured periodic tenancy5 of the dwelling house6 concerned7, being a tenancy:
(1) which begins on the coming to an end of the former tenancy8; and
(2) which is granted by a
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