1147. Ground 7: misconduct.

The court may, provided that it considers it reasonable to do so1, make an order2 for the possession of a dwelling house3 let under a secure tenancy4, where the dwelling house forms part of (or is within the curtilage of) a building which (or so much of it as is held by the landlord5) is held mainly for purposes other than housing purposes6, and consists mainly of accommodation other than housing accommodation7, and:


    (1)     the dwelling house was let to the tenant8 (or a predecessor in title of his) in consequence of the tenant (or predecessor) being in the