It is your socio-economic right to have shelter and your landlord can't just kick you out, even if you haven't paid your rent. He will have to follow a process of eviction first. This is the process of eviction he must follow:
The landlord will apply to the court to start the eviction process.
The court will consider the situation and make a decision.
If the court thinks eviction is fair, a sheriff will serve the tenant and the local municipality with a Notice of Intention to Evict.
The tenants can argue the case in front of a magistrate or judge, who will decide if an eviction order can be granted, and how long the tenants have to move out.
If the tenants don’t oppose the application, the court will grant the eviction order.
If the tenants refuse to move out, the court can issue a Warrant of Ejectment. This means a sheriff will remove the tenants' possessions from the house and then lock them out.
(Please note: This is only general advice and should not be relied on solely. The law is complicated and there are many influencing factors that can change the above.)