Instead of the agreed upon date and time, I was told by the landlord to move out the next day without any legal paperwork what so ever
If your tenancy has not been terminated by an eviction judgment after you have been properly served with a Summons and Complaint, and the Sheriff has not posted a "lock-out notice" on your door, with a specific date to vacate, then your Landlord cannot tell you to move out the next day. You have the legal right to remain in the home until your tenancy has been terminated by the Court. If you are approaching the end of your tenancy you should arrange in advance for an extension of your lease, or move out by the end of your lease. If you force the Landlord to bring an eviction action you could be liable for attorney's fees and court costs in addition to rent and utilities.
You may want to contact the local office of Fair Employment and Housing to discuss your legal options based on the conduct of your Landlord.
Maurice A. Priest
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