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Legally, if your rent is not paid up to date in full, you really do not have any rights to stay, but she has to give you a 3 day written notice to pay in full or leave the premises. If you do not pay in full and do not leave, then for her to get you out of the property, she has to file suit against you for eviction and take you to court to get you ordered to leave by the court or be forcibly evicted. So the right you have if you do not pay is to get a 3 day notice to evict if you do not pay and if you do not pay or leave, then she has to sue you in court to remove you. If she takes any type of action other than suing for eviction to get you out, then that would be an illegal eviction and you could sue her for improperly evicting you.