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Residential Tenancies Act 2010 No 42
Current version for 7 July 2017 to date (accessed 21 August 2017 at 12:51)
Part 5 Division 2 Section 94
94   Termination of long term tenancies
(1)  The Tribunal may, on application by a landlord, make a termination order for a residential tenancy agreement:
(a)  if the tenant has been in continual possession of the same residential premises for a period of 20 years or more, and
(b)  if the tenant occupied the premises under a fixed term agreement, the fixed term of the original agreement has expired, and
(c)  if the Tribunal is satisfied that it is appropriate to do so in the circumstances of the case.
(2)  A landlord may make an application under this section without giving the tenant a termination notice.
(3)  The Tribunal must not make a termination order under this section that specifies a termination date that is before the end of the fixed term if the residential tenancy agreement is a fixed term agreement.
(4)  The Tribunal, in determining the day on which vacant possession of the residential premises is to be given to the landlord, must not order that vacant possession be given earlier than 90 days after the order is made.