A person is a qualifying person for the purposes of the right to compensation for improvements under the Housing Act 19851 if:
(1) he is, at the time when the tenancy comes to an end2, the tenant (or, in the case of a joint tenancy at that time, one of the tenants)3; and
(2) he is:
(a) the improving tenant4;
(b) a person who became a tenant jointly with the improving tenant5;
(c) a person in whom the tenancy was vested, or to whom the tenancy was disposed of, by way of succession to a periodic tenancy6, or on
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