In the case of certain dwelling houses let to agricultural workers1, the court may make an order for possession if it considers it reasonable to do so2 and either of the following discretionary grounds for possession is established3.
Where alternative accommodation is not provided or arranged by the housing authority, the court may make an order for possession if it is satisfied that suitable alternative accommodation is available for the tenant or will be available for him when the order for possession takes effect4. Accommodation is deemed suitable for these purposes if it consists of:
(1) premises which are to
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