Where a lease has ended, and the landlord has a contractual right to retake possession, his right of re-entry is subject to two substantial statutory restrictions1.
Where neither of these restrictions applies, the landlord may simply re-enter (as, for example, where the tenant has abandoned possession2, or where there is no residential occupier and the landlord can effect his entry without violence
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