You can actually acquire ownership to the piece of property you have been using, if you meet the requirements for adverse possession. In order to do so, you will have to prove that you have had continuous, open, exclusive possession for over 20 years, and that you were doing so WITHOUT the permission of the true owner.
If you and the landowner have an agreement that you can use the property, then you will not be able to obtain it through adverse possession, and yes - he has the right to eject you.
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