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The short answer is no. The property manager cannot force you to sign a new lease. If the property manager continues to accept your rent at the expiration of your lease, then you will be on month to month. However, she can refused to accept your lease and grant you a month to month. At that point, you will either need to move or or you could face eviction.
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