The Minnesota immediate notice to quit notifies a tenant that they must vacate immediately due to engaging in or allowing illegal activity on the rental property. A tenant forfeits their right to the leased property by engaging in/allowing illegal acts involving drugs, prostitution, unlawful use of a firearm, or stolen property. Upon the occurrence of an illegal act, this notice may be served to the tenant before filing for eviction with the court. However, there is no legal obligation to use this notice, and the landlord may commence an eviction lawsuit immediately following the discovery of illegal activity.
Laws – § 504B.171