See if you can set up direct deposit with him.
I am not an attorney, but from what I understand:
They must give you an eviction letter....either send it or post it on the door.
Once the give you 3 days to get out, then they can file with the court.
You'll get a court date within 10 days. You can have your day in court, but around here the judge will typically ask you if you have paid, paid on time, and will want to see proof of that.
If you can't provide proof, they will find in favor of the landlord and then give you another 24hrs to 5 days to get out.
If you're not out the landlord can move you out with the sheriff or constable there.
In my opinion you don't want it to go that far. Then it can go on your credit, you might not get your deposit back, you will have to pay the court fees, etc.
If you want to stay, call him and work something out.
If you don't want to stay, call him and work something out.
If he is adamant about kicking you out, just work with them....make a deal....like look I'll move at the end of the month if you'll promise to give my full deposit back....