If both of the following conditions are met in relation to an introductory tenancy1, the trial period2 will be extended by six months3:
(1) the first condition is that the landlord4 has served a notice of extension on the tenant5 at least eight weeks before the original expiry date6; and
(2) the second condition is that either:
(a) the tenant has not requested a review of the landlord's decision7; or
(b) if he has, the decision on the review was to confirm the landlord's decision to extend the trial period8.
A notice of extension is a notice stating that the
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