A Minnesota lease termination letter (30-day notice) is necessary to comply with state law when either party wishes to terminate an at-will or month-to-month lease. The notice period required is the lesser of the rental period or three months and must be issued before the next rent payment is due.
This precautionary measure protects the recipient from sudden hardships. If the tenant fails to vacate the property within the notice period, the landlord can file an eviction lawsuit. Therefore, it is crucial to consult the lease to ensure compliance with delivery requirements for a smooth transition.
Governing Law: M.S.A. § 504B.135(a)