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Yes you can - its a discretionary ground, that means the Judge may or may not order eviction.
You can do it on ground 3 - the tenant has damaged the property or allowed it to become damaged
So yes, you can issue possession proceedings on this ground.For more information please read:
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Does my need to accommodate my family in the face of my redundancy provide me with more opportunity to secure a repossession order?
That is something that the Judge will consider. But that is not a ground alone which the Judge can give possession. Its only the ground 3 which we have discussed that the Judge can consider. Nothing more, nothing less.
Does that clarify?