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Thank you. The 60 day notice is a condition precedent, when a landlord or tenant wants to end a rental term, when there is no lease in place. As long as they are not discriminating against you, they do not have to give you a reason and can ask that you vacate. The same could be done by you, if the situation was different. Now, as far as the breaking and entering, that is criminal and the police need to be called and this needs to be reported. Moreover, if you have renters insurance, you need to report this as well.
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Even though you have been the longest and perfect tenant, it does not obligate them to help and give you money to move. If you need that, you need to call the State and ask for assistance with housing. I know it is not what you want to hear but they do not have to tell you why you have to vacate, only that they no longer want you out and nee to give you at least 60 day notice
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