Minnesota landlords must usually provide at least 30 days of advance notice before a request to move out must be honored. This only applies to non-punitive situations, however. As such, tenants that have failed to pay rent on time may not be entitled to any notice before they are required to move out immediately. This is also true for other lease violations, though a 14 day notice period has become standard practice across the state in these instances.
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