The Michigan 24-hour notice to quit is used to evict a tenant for unlawful drug activity on the leased premises. Unlawful drug activity occurs when the tenant manufactures, delivers, or possesses a controlled substance on the property. In order for the eviction to comply with Michigan law, the landlord must file a formal police report for the tenant’s alleged unlawful drug use. After the eviction notice is served, the tenant will have twenty-four (24) hours to quit the premises. Failure by the tenant to comply with the notice will permit the landlord to terminate the tenancy and file for eviction.
Laws – § 554.134(4)