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I am sorry to hear about this unfortunate situation.
Unfortunately, when it comes to month to month tenancy, the landlord in fact only has to give a written 30 day notice to the tenant of termination of month to month tenancy, and once such termination notice is given, unfortunately, the tenant would have to move out upon expiration of the 30 days or face an eviction through the local court and unfortunately, if an eviction case is filed, it would become public record and could make it difficult to get approved for another rental.
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