In order for a tenant to prevail on a no cause eviction they would actually have to show (and they have the burden of proof) that the landlord (LL) evicted for a reason that is not permitted;
such reasons may be:
So if for example the tenant has recently complained about the condition of the premises, and the LL then provides notice, the court can determine it is retaliatory and thus unlawful.
Please see the statute re: retaliation:
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