Not enough information but generally if landlord gave a 30 day notice and posted properly and listed a reason to terminate the lease and waited until after the date on the notice to file the eviction then yes.
If you attend the eviction hearing, you can ask for more time to find an attorney. The court might grant you a week delay. Have you have made any complaints lately to the local government about any problems in the premises? If so, you might have a defense that the landlord is retaliating against you. But if not, then with proper notice and a properly filed eviction, the landlord can evict you. So you should start making other living arrangements. You can use the Find a Lawyer tab to consult a local attorney.
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if you are a month to month tenant, yes, eventually the land lord will have you existed if he does everything properly. If you do not want to move, after the 30 days, you will be given a 3 day notice, then the eviction will be filed, court will be in about 2 weeks, then you will have 7ish days to move out. If you are not out the sheriff will come and put you and your belongings to the curb, and the locks will be changed. So, yes, it is pretty automatic. I would pack and move to avoid the hassle. Good luck
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