How long does the eviction process take in Michigan?


Quick Answer

An eviction process in Michigan can take at least four to six weeks. The process starts with the landlord issuing a notice to the tenant. Following the notice, court appearances in front of a judge begin to rule on the decision to evict the tenant.

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There are three forms used to inform the tenant that the landlord wishes them to pay the rent or move from the residence. Landlords may use the seven day non-payment of rent form to allow the tenant to pay the rent or move within seven days. There is a 30-day termination form for use when the tenant has breached the terms of their lease. A tenant may receive the seven day health hazard form if the landlord feels there is a health hazard or serious damage done to the property.

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