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Michigan Immediate Notice to Quit | Forceful Entry, Forceful Stay, Trespass

The Michigan immediate notice to quit informs a tenant or other occupant that they have unlawfully possessed the landlord’s property and that they must vacate immediately. Landlords can serve this notice when a tenant/occupant forces entry into the premises, holds possession of the premises after the expiration of a tenancy agreement, or comes into possession of the premises by trespass. The use of this notice is optional and is only provided as a courtesy to the tenant/occupant. In the case of a tenant holding possession, the landlord must file for eviction within thirty (30) days of the expiration of the tenancy. Otherwise, the landlord will need to serve the tenant with a 1-Month Notice to Terminate.

Laws § 600.5714(1)(f)