If you are not a tenant, not paying rent, then it sounds like the proper cause of action against you is one for ejectment not eviction. Circuit courts not county court have exclusive jurisdiction over ejectment. Ejectment also takes longer to get someone out of the property then eviction.
I would recommend you find a local attorney. Most county court judges understand the difference between ejectment and eviction, but it is a legal argument that probably would be best made by an attorney on your behalf.
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Yes. She can evict you even if you do not have a lease. Eviction is a judicial process in Florida and it sounds like your landlord is taking the proper steps to have you removed from the property. I recommend you seek a local attorney to help with the eviction.
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