Where the ground or one of the grounds for claiming possession specified in the landlord's notice1 is2:
(1) any of the discretionary Grounds 9 to 15 under the Housing Act 19883; or
(2) the ground that the premises or part of them are reasonably required by the landlord for occupation as a residence for himself or for specified members of his family4,
then, if on an application duly made5 the court6 is satisfied that the landlord7 has established that ground and that it is reasonable that the landlord should be granted possession, the court must order that the tenant8 is,
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