My question involves an eviction in the state of: California
So me and my roomate received a notice that the University is terminating our tenancy in 60 days which is at the end of our 1 year lease. I have lived here for 8 years and am a student she for 30 years and not a student. The rent fell behind a year ago and I paid it all back out of my financial aid, my roommate has mental health issues which jeopardized my safety and University aware of it, But due to danger of her has apparently decided to try and remove both of us. She has since gone into a facility and I was supposed to take over the lease. I am disabled wheelchair user and this would create a huge hardship hardship. I also have complained to them about lack of maintenance issue over the years. The 60 day notice has no reason on it, the lease has not yet expired, doesnt expire until Dec 31st, was put under our door, not mailed etc. I have requested a meeting with them to take over the lease since I am a student and was priorly told i could since I am in good standing. I will fight this if i have to because i am severely disabled. This is a rent controlled building. I have no problems, warnings anything and no lease violations. Can they do this?