For the purposes of a court satisfying itself that suitable accommodation will be available (as a court is required to do before making an order for possession on certain grounds)1, accommodation is suitable if it consists of premises which are to be let as a separate dwelling:
(1) under a secure tenancy2; or
(2) under a protected tenancy3, not being a tenancy under which the landlord might recover possession under one of the Cases in Part II of Schedule 15 to the Rent Act 1977 (where the court must order possession)4; or
(3) under an assured tenancy5, which is
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