A Mississippi 14-day notice to quit for non-compliance is used to notify a tenant of their breach of rental agreement. The notice gives the tenant 14 days to remedy the issue or vacate the premises.
If the tenant resolves the problem within this period, the lease will continue as normal. However, if the same issue occurs within six months of the initial notice, the landlord may serve a second notice, which requires the tenant to vacate within 14 days without the option to cure. The notice helps landlords enforce lease terms and maintain a healthy landlord-tenant relationship.
Governing Law: Miss. Code Ann. § 89-8-13(3)