In addition to its ordinary jurisdiction and special Rent Act jurisdiction1 the County Court is given specific and exclusive jurisdiction in the following matters:
(1) to decide between competing claims of members of the tenant's family to succeed to a statutory tenancy2;
(2) to apportion rates3 and rateable value4;
(3) to modify rights relating to shared accommodation5;
(4) to determine any adjustment in the recoverable rent with respect to services or furniture6;
(5) to empower a landlord to carry out works to provide standard amenities7;
(6) to reduce the period at the end of which a notice to quit
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