The Minnesota notice to quit for non-compliance is an eviction letter that communicates to a tenant that they must remedy a lease violation or vacate the premises. Landlords are only authorized to evict for lease violations if the power granted is a lawful, material condition agreed upon by the parties in the tenancy agreement. The lease provisions shall determine the appropriate notice period for the tenant’s infractions and whether or not the tenant is permitted to preserve their tenancy by fixing the breach.
Note that the use of this eviction letter is optional; landlords can file for eviction immediately and without notice when a tenant violates their lease if no statement to the contrary is found in the lease document.
Laws – § 504B.285(Subd. 4)