Your landlord can request that you sign a term lease. Should you not want to he can move to have you evicted if you don't leave voluntarily. If he doesn't ask you to re-sign - you should examine the existing lease that you have to see what provisions are made if you hold over beyond the original term.
No, you can't be forced to sign a new lease if you don't want to. However, if you don't he can proceed to have you evicted. If you holdover, then the either the lease or statute will determine the rights/responsibilities of both you and your landlord.
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Your lease may dictate how your holding-over will work - as far as increased rent, etc. If not, you'll become a month-to-month tenant under the same terms. Are you paying cash? Maybe start paying by check or money order.
I may be guessing or not licensed in your state. No atty/client relationship exists.