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(1)Where under Part I of this Act an order is made for possession of the property comprised in a tenancy, or under Part II of this Act the court refuses an order for the grant of a new tenancy, and it is subsequently made to appear to the court that the order was obtained, or the court induced to refuse the grant, by misrepresentation or the concealment of material facts, the court may order the landlord to pay to the tenant such sum as appears sufficient as compensation for damage or loss sustained by the tenant as the result of the order or refusal.
(2)In this section the expression “the landlord” means the person applying for possession or opposing an application for the grant of a new tenancy, and the expression “the tenant” means the person against whom the order for possession was made or to whom the grant of a new tenancy was refused.
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