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I am sorry that you are going thrugh this difficulty on top of fighting your illness. Please know that you do have rights and that your landlord can not just move you out. He mustgo through the court system to evict you, and he must have grounds to evict you.
Additionally, you have rights under your lease agreement. That is the first place t look. If you have a lease agreement for a specified term (for example one year) you can not be evicted prior to that time unless you fail to pay the rent or otherwise violate the lease.
Even if you are on a Month to Month lease you still have rights and he must still go through the courts.
This does not mean that he will not eventually be able to evict you, but you can slow the process down.
Here is a llink to the Gudie for the Landlord Tenant laws:
You should also contact a landlord tenant attorney. Most will meet with you to make an initial assessment of your case for little or no cost. See this link:
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