Michigan Landlord Notice to Enter

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A Michigan landlord’s notice to enter alerts a tenant that the owner of a property is coming on to the premises. Michigan law does not specify the purposes for which a landlord may enter an occupied property or indicate how much notice it is necessary to provide before doing so. Landlords should specify such conditions in a written rental agreement.

A landlord-tenant guide produced by the Michigan state legislature suggests that the lease specify that the landlord may enter the property to make repairs, inspect the premises, and show the unit to prospective purchasers or tenants, and that while a landlord should provide “reasonable” notice in these situations, no notice is necessary to access the property in case of an emergency.

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