Yes, he will likely be able to terminate your tenancy eventually BUT only after jumping through all the proper legal hoops, providing proper and adequate advanced written notice and, if you do not move, then by filing in court. He cannot lawfully lock you out or otherwise force you out without a court order. You may wish to review everything with a local landlord-tenant attorney to learn your rights - a single visit will likely answer all your questions. Good luck.
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