Where the carrying out of duties connected with an employment which a serviceman1 had before beginning a period of relevant service2 (or, in the case of a policeman serviceman3, the carrying out of his police duties), constitutes an obligation of a tenancy4, and his performing that service prevents his carrying out those duties, the fact that he does not carry them out is not to be treated as a ground for recovery of possession5 on account of the obligation being broken or not performed6.
The grounds for recovery of possession in circumstances connected with occupation by employees7 do not apply
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