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The landlord does not get to simply make up the law to suit the landlor'd purposes. He can't unilaterally determine you are in breach and then force you out. The law does not allow a landlord to take any action to evict you without following the legal process. What that means is that if you don't leave within the 3 days, the landlord must file a petition with the court to prove that you are in default and that he therefore has the right to terminate your lease. It will take 2 weeks to a couple months generally for the landlord to even get this hearing. You'll get a notice of this and should attend. Based on your facts, the landlord will not be able to prove a default and the petition will be dismissed.
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