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She doesn't get the house or the vehicle.
That is not how the law works.
She may be entitled to an interest in them but not the actual assets.
If the house and vehicle were acquired during the relationship then she may be entitled to an interest in them but to some extent that would depend on whether she contributed to their value because your relationship was so short and so the rules of 50/50 sharing of the value of the assets would not necessarily apply.
You should most assuredly not agree with her and should not move out.
Rather you should tell her that is not happening, the assets are yours and you should see a family lawyer as soon as you can.
This will be considered a civil matter. You will need to address this in family court.