A Minnesota notice to quit for non-compliance is a letter sent to a tenant who has violated their lease agreement, except for non-payment of rent. Landlords can legally file for eviction without notifying the tenant, but it is recommended to inform the tenant and attempt to resolve the issue.
The notice period and the possibility of the tenant fixing the breach will depend on the lease agreement. Note that the use of this eviction letter is optional, and landlords can file for eviction immediately if the lease agreement allows it.
Governing Law: § 504B.285(Subd. 4) – No minimum days’ notice is required by statute, but landlords should give reasonable notice of at least 30 days.