Where the ground (or one of the grounds) for claiming possession specified in the landlord's notice was that, for the purposes of redevelopment after the termination of the tenancy, the landlord proposes to demolish or reconstruct the whole or a substantial part of the relevant premises1, then, if, on such an application, the court2 is satisfied that the landlord has established that ground as respects premises specified in the application3, and is further satisfied:
(1) that, on that ground, possession of the premises will be required by the landlord on the termination of the tenancy4; and
(2) that the
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