Unless proceedings for the possession of a dwelling house1 let under an introductory tenancy2 are begun3, a tenancy remains an introductory tenancy until the end of the trial period, unless one of the events specified in heads (a) to (d) below occurs before the end of that period4. The 'trial period' is the period of one year beginning with5:
(1) in the case of a tenancy which was entered into by a local housing authority or housing action trust6, the date on which the tenancy was entered into or (if later) the date on which a tenant7 was first
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