The court1 may make an order for possession where the dwelling house2 was let3 to the tenant4 in consequence of his employment by the landlord5 seeking possession or a previous landlord under the tenancy, and the tenant has ceased to be in that employment6.
An order for possession may not be made on discretionary Ground 16 to take effect at a time when the dwelling house is let on an assured fixed term tenancy7 or on an assured periodic tenancy arising8 under the Local Government and Housing Act 19899.
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