The Internet host is not above the law. You have a contract issue and contract law would apply. I have not seen the contract with your host (also known as their Terms of Service,) but I can tell you that when I write a TOS I put in a clause which says the host can "cancel your account for any reason, or for no reason.) I suspect the host has the same clause. If that is the case, the host is not in violation of your contract.
You can use the links to your old site to create a new site at a new host. You should read the TOS of the new hosting site to make sure what you are doing conforms to their TOS.
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