The Michigan 30-day notice to quit for non-compliance is used when a tenant violates the conditions of their lease and the landlord seeks to recover possession of the premises. In order for the eviction to be lawful, the landlord must include in the lease agreement a provision that enables them to terminate for violations. If the power to terminate is granted, the notice may be served immediately after the tenant commits a violation.
The period in which the tenant must vacate is thirty (30) days (source: A Practical Guide for Landlords and Tenant, p. 14). While not required, the landlord may permit the tenant to retain their tenancy by curing the violation within the designated notice period. Failure by the tenant to obey the landlord’s terms may result in an eviction lawsuit filed against them.
Laws – § 600.5714(1)(c)(i)