The court1 may make an order for possession where the dwelling house2 was occupied, whether alone or with others, by a married couple3, a couple who are civil partners of each other or a couple living together as if they were a married couple or civil partners4, and:
(1) one or both of the partners is a tenant5 of the dwelling house6;
(2) the landlord who is seeking possession is a non-profit registered provider of social housing7, a registered social landlord8, or a charitable housing trust9 or, where the dwelling house is social housing within the meaning of Part
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