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You have not protected yourself very well at all here I'm afraid. If you had a written agreement (ie. A lease) then this would govern the terms of your occupation and the landlord would not be able to evict you unless you were in breach of the lease.
In addition if the term agreed was longer than three year it would have to be by way of deed (ie. Written agreement, a lease effectively).
If you had an oral agreement with the landlord that you could occupy the property for a certain period of time or upon a certain amount of notice and the landlord did not adhere to this and evicted you or attempted to do so then you would be able to sue for an illegal eviction
If no notice period was agreed initially with the landlord and you did agree a fixed period of time for which you would be permitted occupation then any eviction they attempted would be able illegal one.
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