A Michigan notice to quit for non-compliance is issued by landlords when tenants violate the lease agreement. This notice is only lawful if the lease agreement permits termination for violations.
The notice period is usually 30 days, during which time the tenant can cure the violation. If the tenant fails to comply, the landlord may file an eviction lawsuit. A 7-day notice may be issued in cases of heightened violations, such as physical destruction of the property or illegal behavior. Landlords are not obligated to allow tenants to resolve the violation before issuing a notice to quit.