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It appears that your landlord is claiming a month to month rental agreement. You may be able to argue that your agreement was for a year even though there is no written lease agreement. We can discuss if you would like to do so.
A landlord has no right to enter the premises of a tenant unless the tenant agrees or if there is some type of emergency such as a water break. Further a landlord cannot harass a tenant. A tenant can bring an action in court to stop this behavior and if dangerous should notify the Police to file a report. There is no such thing a retaliation claim for this. The claim is for warranty of habitability, which includes the right to live privately and peacefully. if a it is a month to month rental agreement, a landlord can evict with proper notice. If it is for a longer period, then the lease would have to expire and a landlord could only evict before the expiration for nonpayment of rent or damages to property. We can discuss more if you would like to do so.
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