If you have a lease with a specific expiration date, your landlord cannot evict you before that date unless you fail to pay rent, or otherwise default in some obligation under your lease which you fail to cure after receiving proper notice from the landlord. If you do not pay your rent within five days after written notice of your landlord's written demand for payment, your landlord may terminate your rental agreement.
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