30-day Notice is required under Civil Code 1946.5. Locking you out is illegal. You can sue for damages.
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No. The landlord's actions are illegal. You can sue for damages, but at this point in time, you need to find a new place to live.Ask a similar question
Your landlord is required to serve you with a 30-day notice (or 60 days if you have lived there for a year or longer). An oral notice is not proper. The code requires it to be in writng.Ask a similar question