The Michigan seven (7) day notice to comply or quit may be used to terminate the tenancy of a lessee who wilfully or negligently damages the leased property or creates a serious and ongoing health hazard. Starting from the date after the letter is received, the tenant will have seven (7) days to either repair the damages/eliminate the health hazard or vacate the dwelling. If they do not correct their non-compliances or move out within seven (7) days, the landlord can take the issue to court by filing an eviction complaint.
Note: Notice must be served to the tenant not longer than ninety (90) days after the property damage/health hazard is discovered.
Laws – § 600.5714(1)(d)