(1) Notwithstanding the terms thereof, the Authority may terminate any lease-
(a) without notice, if ,in the opinion of the Authority, the land held under the lease has become unfit for human habitation, a nuisance, dangerous to health or unsafe; or
(aa) without notice, if, in the opinion of the Authority, no person authorized under the lease to occupy the land or part thereof occupies the land or part thereof; or (Added 42 of 1976 s. 3)
(b) otherwise, by giving such notice to quit as may be provided for in the lease or 1 month's notice to quit, whichever is the greater.
(2) Upon the termination of a lease under subsection (1), the tenant shall, if he is still occupying the land, be a trespasser thereon.
(3) No court shall have jurisdiction to hear any application for relief by or on behalf of a person whose lease has been terminated under subsection (1) in connection with such termination.