In general, a court may not make an order for possession of a dwelling house which is for the time being let on a protected tenancy1 or subject to a statutory tenancy2 unless the court considers it reasonable3 to make such an order and either:
(1) the court is satisfied that suitable alternative accommodation4 is available for the tenant5 or will be available for him when the order in question takes effect6; or
(2) one of the discretionary grounds for possession7 is established8.
If, however, the landlord9 would otherwise10 be entitled to recover possession of a dwelling house which is
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