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Month-to-month. Was served with a 60-day Notice to Terminate Tenancy for complaining to govt agency. Before it expired, was also served with a 3-Day Pay or Quit (LL refused my rent money twice even though I tried to pay a week in advance from the date when rent was due). 1) Both notices have expired (2 weeks), so how long do I have to wait before they serve me with the UD? 2) Is there a statute of limitations for them? 3) Should I go ahead with a civil case if they never file? 4) How long should I wait for them to file before going forward with a civil case? 5) I'll try to keep paying rent, but can they turn it into a non-payment even though the orginal 60-day notice was for something else? 6) What happens if they never file? What are my options? Thanks!And please don't say "Just move out." I did not break the rental agreement in any way, so I'm not going anywhere but to court ... even if it is just for the principle of the thing. I know that LL's can't evict me without just cause and they have none; hence the 60-day for one thing then the 3-day pay or quit for an entirely different thing.