If, on an application made for the purpose of exercising overriding residential rights1, the court is satisfied that the landlord2 has established the requisite ground3 and is not disentitled to apply4, the court must declare by order that the landlord is entitled as against the tenant5 to obtain possession of the house6 and premises7, and the tenant is entitled to be paid compensation by the landlord for the loss of the house and premises
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