Where a long residential tenancy1 ('the former tenancy') is terminated by a landlord's notice proposing an assured tenancy2, the tenant3 is entitled4 to remain in possession of the dwelling house5 and his right to possession depends upon an assured periodic tenancy6 arising by virtue of Schedule 10 to the Local Government and Housing Act 19897.
The assured periodic tenancy is one:
(1) taking effect in possession on the day following the date of termination8;
(2) deemed to have been granted by the person who was the landlord9 under the former tenancy on the date of termination to the person who
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