Your social tenancy can end if
An introductory tenancy is a trial period for your tenancy. It is easier for your landlord to evict you if you are an introductory tenant.
The law gives you certain rights if you rent from the Housing Executive. You have more rights if you are a secure tenant than you do if you are an introductory tenant.
The law gives Housing Executive certain rights. These rights will usually be summarised in your tenancy agreement and your tenant's handbook.
The law gives housing association tenants certain rights. Secure tenants have more rights than introductory tenants. You are an introductory tenant for the first year of your tenancy. After 12 months you’ll become a secure tenant.