Does a hotel resident have legal rights regarding eviction?

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I have been at a resident hotel for 1 1/2 years and now have a problem paying the rent, this week. Do I have legal rights? Over the past year I have always paid early, however since loosing my job I am waiting on my first approved unemployment direct deposit. Also, the hotel just raised the rate by 20% with no notice. I have been tax exempt for over a year and my permanent address where my mail comes (as well as what's on my driver's license) comes to my hotel address.

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