The terms1 on which the tenant2 and any successor to his statutory tenancy3 may retain possession of the dwelling house4 during that period5, other than the amount of the rent, are such as may be agreed between the landlord6 and the tenant7 or determined by the court8.
A landlord's notice proposing a statutory tenancy9, and anything done in pursuance of it, cease to have effect if, by the beginning of the period of two months ending with the date of termination10 specified in the notice, any of the following matters11, that is to say:
(1) what premises are to constitute
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