The court may make an order for possession1, provided that it both considers it reasonable to make the order2, and is satisfied that suitable accommodation3 will be available for the tenant4 when the order takes effect, in circumstances where:
(1) the dwelling house5 is in Wales6, the accommodation afforded by it is more extensive than is reasonably required by the tenant7, and:
(a) the tenancy vested in the tenant by way of succession to a periodic tenancy8 or (where the previous secure tenant died on or after 1 April 2012) on devolution of a term certain9, the tenant being
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