What can you be EVICTED for in Michigan?
Under Michigan law, tenants can be evicted for not paying rent, for destruction of the rental property, for not following rules and regulations described in detail within the lease or rental agreement, engaging in illegal activities, or for creating health hazard in the rental property.
Tenant Eviction Process
Received Eviction Papers
What must be done if you receive one of these two legal forms from your landlord or property management service?
If you are delivered or mailed a Notice to Quit or Demand for Possession from your landlord. This means that the landlord would like to regain possession of the property that they are currently renting you. You have within the time frame indicated on the form to correct the situation, pay the rent owed, move or seek legal advice. Failure to comply may result in a case being filed against you in court.