Without prejudice to any right of the landlord1 under an assured shorthold tenancy2 to recover possession of the dwelling house3 let4 on the tenancy5 in accordance with Chapter I of Part I of the Housing Act 19886, a court7 must make an order for possession of the dwelling house, on or after the coming to an end of an assured shorthold tenancy which was a fixed term tenancy8, if it is satisfied9:
(1) that the assured shorthold tenancy has come to an end and no further assured tenancy10 (whether shorthold or not) is for the time being in existence other
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