27. The following persons are statutory tenants under this Act:
any tenant of premises who remains in possession thereof after the determination by any means of his tenancy and who cannot by reason of the provisions of this Act be deprived of such possession by his landlord; and
any sub-tenant becoming a statutory tenant under and by virtue of any of the provisions of this Act.
28. A statutory tenant shall hold the premises of the landlord upon the following terms and conditions:
he shall be deemed to hold as tenant from month to month, and subject thereto, shall observe and be entitled to the benefit of all the terms and conditions of his original tenancy or subtenancy, as the case may be, so far as they are consistent with the provisions of this Act and with a holding from month to month:
Provided that in the case of a sub-tenant becoming a statutory tenant such a statutory tenant shall in addition hold the premises subject to any subsisting restrictive covenants contained in the terms and conditions of the tenancy between the landlord and the tenant;
his tenancy shall be subject to be determined by such notice as would have been required by law to determine a monthly tenancy of the premises containing no express provision for determination; and
he shall be subject to all the rights and powers conferred on a landlord under and by virtue of the Distress Act [Cap. 84].