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What is the basis for the eviction? Do you have a written lease? Have you paid your rent?
Thank you for the additional information.
They have no basis to evict you if you have a written lease and are not in default of that lease.
If you were negligent and caused damage then they can sue you for that, but they must comply with the terms of the lease.
Give them your insurance information and tell the landlord they have no right under the lease to evict you when you are not in breach.
Additionally, if they try to evict you when you are not in default, you can countersue them for breach of the warranty of quiet enjoyment and unlawful eviction.
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