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Your landlord is, indeed, in breach of the lease since the lease gives you EXCLUSIVE possession of the home and 3 acres of land.
The landlord has no legal authority under the lease to rent the property to anyone else but you.
In other words, the landlord has no legal right to unilaterally amend the lease.
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You would need to sue the landlord. They can not rent a property to you and then rent the same property to others. You would be entitled to money damages from the landlord (as would anyone else he tries to rent the property to).
Hopefully the lease includes a provision allowing you to collect attorney fees, in addition to other damages for the landlord's breach.
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