Updated on July 17th, 2021
The Michigan 7-day notice to quit for non-payment is an eviction letter that provides tenants with seven (7) days to furnish payment to their landlord or vacate the property. Landlords are obligated to serve the notice before terminating the tenancy and filing for eviction in court. At any point within seven (7) days following receipt of the notice, the tenant may stop the eviction by paying their landlord the total amount owed. If the tenant hasn’t paid rent within seven (7) days and continues to occupy the premises, the landlord can proceed by filing an eviction complaint with the district court.
Laws – § 554.134(2)