Bet, actually you can have a 7 day notice for certain things provided it's in your written rental agreement.
Termination by Landlord: The Landlord may terminate this lease because of:
a. Serious or repeated violation of lease;
b. Violation of Federal, State, or local law that imposes obligations on the Tenant in connection with the occupancy or use of the unit and premises;
c. criminal activity by any member of the household, a guest or other person under the Tenant's control which (I) threatens the health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises by other residents; (ii)threatens the health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment of their residences by persons residing in the immediate vicinity of the premises; (iii)any drug-related criminal activity on or near the premises;
d. Abuse of alcohol that threatens the health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises by other residents;
e. Other good cause;
Where the Tenant has failed to pay rent, Landlord may terminate the tenancy by a written notice, effective fourteen (14) days after notice is given. In all other cases Landlord may terminate the tenancy by a written notice effective seven (7) days after notice is given. The Landlord shall also be entitled to any and all other remedies provided by law. All rights and remedies are to be cumulative and not exclusive.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Landlord may immediately terminate this lease for any act or conduct of the Tenant, household member or guest which entitles the Landlord to evict or enjoin the Tenant under Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 139, Section 19