Whether a subtenant is entitled to protection against his immediate landlord depends simply on whether his tenancy is a protected or statutory tenancy according to the general criteria1. It does not matter for that purpose whether the head tenancy is protected2 or whether the subtenancy is unlawful3. At common law a subtenancy comes to an end automatically on the determination of the tenancy out of which it was created
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