The court1 must make an order for possession where the dwelling house2 is held for the purpose of being available for occupation by a minister of religion as a residence from which to perform the duties of his office3, and:
(1) not later than the beginning of the tenancy4, the landlord5 gave notice6 in writing to the tenant7 that possession might be recovered on mandatory Ground 58; and
(2) the court is satisfied that the dwelling house is required9 for occupation by a minister of religion as such a residence10.
An order for possession may not be made on mandatory
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