The landlord can terminate the tenancy without specifying grounds during the first six months, but once a tenancy has lasted six months, the landlord will be able to terminate that tenancy (known as a “Part 4 tenancy”) during the following 3½ years only if any of the following apply:
- The tenant does not comply with the obligations of the tenancy
- The dwelling is no longer suited to the occupants accommodation needs (e.g. overcrowded)
- The landlord intends to sell the dwelling in the next three months
- The landlord requires the dwelling for own or family member occupation
- The landlord intends to refurbish the dwelling
- The landlord intends to change the business use of the dwelling.