An application for a review of a landlord's original decision to seek possession on the absolute ground for anti-social behaviour1 must include the prescribed information2.
Unless the application includes a statement to the effect that the applicant requires the review to be conducted by way of an oral hearing, the review must be conducted without a hearing3. Accordingly, the landlord must send a written notice to the applicant stating that the applicant may make written representations in support of the application before a time specified in the notice4 (which must not be earlier than five days, in relation to a
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