The Minnesota lease termination letter provides notice to a landlord or tenant that an at-will lease is going to expire (an at-will lease is generally a month-to-month tenancy but can be any periodic rental agreement). The amount of notice given by the terminating party must be three (3) months or the interval between rent payments, whichever is shorter. If rent is paid on a monthly basis, the terminating party must provide at least one (1) month’s notice. Tenants must vacate the property by the expiration of the notice period. Should they fail to vacate, the landlord can seek legal recourse by filing an eviction lawsuit with the court.
Laws – § 504B.135