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I am sorry to hear about this, Mindy. Unfortunately, someone in your situation has very little recourse. You are a tenant at sufferance meaning you stay at the property for free at the discretion of the owner. If she wants you to go, she can ask you to go, or evict you if you do not.
NOTE that she does have to give you an informal notice prior to filing for eviction.
The informal notice is a letter in writing and can be either a 3-day, 5-day or 30-day notice. After waiting for the period of the notice if you still have not left, she can can file the claim for eviction and wait for the official court proceedings to take place.
So if she skipped the informal notice, someone in your situation can delay the eviction by demanding such an informal notice, first. But this only buys time.
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