The court has, it seems, no power by virtue of the provisions as to the making of orders for possession1 to discharge an absolute order for possession of which the character has not been modified by any subsequent order2. It may, however, in effect convert an absolute order into a conditional order by making a subsequent order postponing the date of possession on conditions and may discharge the original order for possession if the conditions are fulfilled3. For these purposes, the order imposing the conditions and the order providing for the discharge of the original absolute order may be
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