Briang, quit playing games.
Lets make this very simple.
You have a month-to-month verbal lease. Your obligation is to pay the rent EVERY month. You have not, and therefor are in BREACH of your verbal lease. Due to your failure to pay, the landlord has (apparently) noticed you that she is terminating the 'lease' and demanding that you leave. This 'notice' does NOT have to be from a court or have a seal.
The applicable state laws are:
"IC 32-31-1-6 Rent; refusal or neglect to pay
If a tenant refuses or neglects to pay rent when due, a landlord may terminate the lease with not less than ten (10) days notice to the tenant unless:
(1) the parties otherwise agreed; or
(2) the tenant pays the rent in full before the notice period expires.
Forms; notice to quit; failure or refusal to pay rent
The following form of notice may be used when a tenant fails or refuses to pay rent:
(insert date here)
To (insert name of tenant here):
You are notified to vacate the following property not more than ten (10) days after you receive this notice unless you pay the rent due on the property within ten (10) days: (insert description of property here).
(insert name of landlord here)
Notice to quit; when not necessary
[b]Notice is not required to terminate a lease in the following situations:
(1) The landlord agrees to rent the premises to the tenant for a specified period of time.
(2) The time for the determination of the tenancy is specified in the contract.
(3) A tenant at will commits waste.
(4) The tenant is a tenant at sufferance.
(5) The express terms of the contract require the tenant to pay the rent in advance, and the tenant refuses or neglects to pay the rent in advance.
(6) The landlord-tenant relationship does not exist.
Service of notices
(a) Notice required under sections 1 through 7 of this chapter may be served on the tenant.
(b) If the tenant cannot be found, notice may be served on a person residing at the premises. The person serving the notice must explain the contents of the notice to the person being served.
(c) If a person described in subsection (b) is not found on the premises, notice may be served by affixing a copy of the notice to a conspicuous part of the premises."
Okay, with all that.... the landlord has demanded you leave and you have apparently refused. The next step is that the landlord can go to the local court and file a lawsuit against you (called a 'writ of unlawful detainer') and get a court order COMMANDING that you leave.
Oh, and guess what, she will very likely also get a judgment against you for all your past due rent also.
So, I suggest you start packing NOW and make arrangements to get out.
There are at least 17 lawsuits (!!) filed in various courts, including the US Supreme Court, asking if Obama is a natural born citizen (as req'd by Art II, Sec 1 of the US Constitution).
Why has he spent over $1.7M in legal fees to block disclosure... rather than spend $12 for a VALID birth cert to settle the matter? The 'certificate' he has presented doesn't qualify to get a drivers license, wouldn't allow a child to qualify for Little League, or for a real citizen to get a US passport!