The court1 may make an order for possession where any obligation of the tenancy2 (other than one related to the payment of rent3) has been broken or not performed4.
An order for possession on discretionary Ground 12 may be made to take effect at a time when the dwelling house5 is let6 on an assured fixed term tenancy7, but only if the terms of the tenancy make provision for it to be brought to an end on discretionary Ground 128.
Coronavirus alert: subject to certain exceptions, all proceedings for possession brought under CPR Pt 55 and all
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