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You can hire a lawyer to try and stop an eviction. It is never guaranteed that a lawyer will be able to stop it but certainly they would increase your chances significantly. They can spot any problems that the landlord may have with the paperwork or the notices and be able to go over any defenses that you have.
You can find a lawyer at www.lawyers.com, look for one that does consumer law, real estate law, or civil litigation. All of those would be able to help you.
If they can't do anything for you they will almost certainly tell you that before you hire them.
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