In the case of any protected1 or statutory2 tenancy which, if it were a tenancy at a low rent3 and if (where relevant) any earlier tenancy4 granted to the tenant5 or to a member of his family had been a tenancy at a low rent, would be a protected occupancy or statutory tenancy as defined in the Rent (Agriculture) Act 1976, 6the grounds upon which an order for possession may be made are modified7. The court may not8 make an order for possession of a dwelling house which is for the time being let on or subject to such
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