The court must not entertain proceedings for an order for possession or termination or for a demotion order1 unless2:
(1) the landlord3 has served a proper notice on the tenant4; or
(2) the court considers it just and equitable to dispense with the requirement of such a notice5.
Such a notice must:
(a) be in a form prescribed by regulations made by the appropriate national authority6;
(b) specify the ground on which the court will be asked to make the order7; and
(c) give particulars of that ground8.
Where the tenancy is a periodic tenancy, and the ground (or one of
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