The grounds1 on which the landlord2 may apply to the court3 for possession of the property comprised in the protected long tenancy4 at a low rent5 are specified as follows:
(1) that suitable alternative accommodation6 will be available for the tenant7 at the date of termination of the tenancy8;
(2) that the tenant has failed to comply with any term9 of the tenancy10 as to payment of rent or rates or as to insuring or keeping insured any premises11;
(3) that the tenant or a person residing or lodging with him or being his subtenant has been guilty of
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