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I am sorry to hear that this happened to you.
Do you have a fixed term lease?
The letter she sent you is binding. She lured you to agree to live in the home by assuring you that you had at least one more year.
I suggest that you have a lawyer send her a letter stating that you are considering that you have a fixed term lease and will not move out at least until the year has passed and that you will fight any eviction and let all potential buyers and agents know that you have a one year lease.
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