Except in certain transitional cases1, the following provisions have effect where the previous tenant dies on or after 1 April 20122.
The court may make an order for possession3, provided that it both considers it reasonable to make the order4, and is satisfied that suitable accommodation5 will be available for the tenant6 when the order takes effect, in circumstances where the dwelling house7 is in England8, the accommodation afforded by it is more extensive than is reasonably required by the tenant9, and:
(1) the tenancy vested in the tenant by way of succession to a periodic tenancy10, or by way of
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