If at any time:
(1) a dwelling house1 is for the time being lawfully2 let3 on an assured tenancy4; and
(2) the landlord5 under the assured tenancy is himself a tenant6 under a superior tenancy7; and
(3) the superior tenancy comes to an end8,
the assured tenancy continues9 in existence as a tenancy held of the person whose interest would, apart from the continuance of the assured tenancy, entitle him to actual possession of the dwelling house at that time
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