As from a day to be appointed, the following provisions have effect1.
A person may grant a secure tenancy2 of a dwelling house3 in England4 only if it is a tenancy for a fixed term5, that is:
(1) at least two years6; and
(2) no longer than the permitted maximum length7.
The permitted maximum length is ten years8 unless the person granting the tenancy has been notified in writing that a child aged under nine9 will live in the dwelling house, in which case the permitted maximum length is the period10:
(a) beginning with the day on which the tenancy is
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