As a subtenant who is deemed by statute to become the direct tenant of the head landlord does so on the terms of his subtenancy1, it follows that the head landlord will be obliged to provide services or furniture if the intervening tenant had been so obliged by the terms of the subtenancy. If, however, certain conditions are fulfilled, the terms on which the subtenant is deemed2 to become the tenant of the landlord3 are not to include4 any terms as to the provision by the landlord of furniture or services5. The conditions are that:
(1) the statutorily protected
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