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The Housing (Northern Ireland) Order 1983

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Provision of information about tenanciesN.I.

38.—(1) The landlord shall, within two years of the coming into operation of this Order and thereafter from time to time, publish information about its secure tenancies in such form as it considers best suited to explain in simple terms and so far as it considers appropriate, the effect of—

(a)the express terms of its secure tenancies;

(b)the provisions of this Part in so far as they apply.

(2) The landlord shall ensure that, so far as is reasonably practicable, the information published under paragraph (1) is kept up to date.

(3) The landlord under a secure tenancy shall supply the tenant—

(a)with a copy of the information for secure tenants published by it under paragraph (1); and

(b)with a written statement of the terms of the tenancy, so far as they are neither expressed in the lease or written tenancy agreement, if any, nor implied by law.

(4) The statement required by paragraph (3)(b) shall be supplied—

[F1when the tenancy arises or as soon as practicable afterwards]

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