Michigan landlords must give their tenant at least 30 days of advance notice before requiring them to move out. This standard only applies to situations where rent is being paid and the tenant has not been accused of any other lease violations. If such a violation were to occur, though, the landlord in question may lower the notice window to 7 days, on average. Some severe lease infractions (including illegal actions) may even illicit a 24-Hour Notice to Quit.
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