No situation. Can a landlord do this? They took my right away from me giving them a 60 day notice to notice that I'm moving. Is this legal
It depends. If you have a written lease, when does it terminate? If the termination of the written lease occurs simultaneously with or before the date your landlord has given you to move, then yes, the landlord can do this. If, however, the written lease doesn't terminate until after the move out date your landlord has given you, then the lease would need to have some clause or language in it authorizing your landlord to terminate the lease early.
If you do not have a written lease, then your tenancy is likely month-to-month. If this is your type of lease arrangement, either party can terminate the lease with a minimum notice of one rental period (usually a month).
Based on your question, it sounds like you were going to give a 60-day notice anyway and the landlord simply beat you to it.
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