Section 2 of the housing act 1988 sets out the 17 grounds that a landlord may use to obtain an order for possession against the tenant if the facts of grounds 1 8 are proven at court then an order for possession must be made by the judge these are known as mandatory grounds for possession. One of the leading statutes governing property law in england the housing act 1988 covers a wide range of areas and decrees most of the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords it also contains a number of qualifications and exceptions to the rules which can prove to be confusing. The vast majority of private and many social residential tenancies in england wales are protected by the housing act 1988 a good working knowledge of this legislation is therefore essential for anyone finding themselves dealing with residential property
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