A landlord's notice1 does not have effect unless:
(1) it proposes an assured monthly periodic tenancy2 of the dwelling house3 and a rent for that tenancy (such that it would not be a tenancy at a low rent4), and states5 that the other terms of the tenancy are to be the same as those of the long residential tenancy6 immediately before it is terminated ('the implied terms')7; or
(2) it gives notice that, if the tenant is not willing to give up possession at the date of termination8 of the property let9 under the tenancy, the landlord proposes to
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