We are sorry to hear about your situation.
Such tenancy is known as a periodic tenancy also known as a tenancy from year to year, month to month, or week to week. Either the landlord or the tenant may terminate a periodic tenancy when the period or term is nearing completion, by giving notice to the other party.
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Whichever situation there is now, I'd think that the wisest option will be to start looking out for the next accommodation and move on since there is already unhappiness over the current situation and ultimately, the property still belongs to the landlord.
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