Where a court1 makes an order for possession2 of a dwelling house3 let4 on an assured shorthold tenancy5 which is a periodic tenancy, the assured shorthold tenancy ends6 when the order is executed7.
Unless the tenancy is a demoted assured shorthold tenancy8, where an order for possession9 is made in relation to a dwelling house let on a periodic tenancy created on or after 28 February 199710, the order may not be made so as to take effect earlier than11:
(1) in the case of a tenancy which is not a replacement tenancy12, six months after the beginning of the
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