If, under a tenancy1, a dwelling house2 is let3 together with other land4, then5:
(1) if and so long as the main purpose of the letting is the provision of a home for the tenant6 (or, where there are joint tenants, at least one of them), the other land is to be treated as part of the dwelling house7;
(2) if and so long as the main purpose of the letting is not as mentioned in head (1) above, the tenancy is to be treated as not being one under which a dwelling house is let as a separate
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