As from 1 April 20121, the following provisions have had effect.
If, before entering into or adopting2 an introductory tenancy3, the person who became the landlord4 under the tenancy served a written notice on the person who was or who became the tenant5 under the tenancy6:
(1) stating that, on ceasing to be an introductory tenancy, the tenancy would become a secure tenancy7 that would be a flexible tenancy8 for a term certain of the length specified in the notice9;
(2) specifying a period of at least two years as the length of the term of the tenancy10; and
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