Updated on August 29th, 2022
The Mississippi 30-day notice to quit is used by both landlords and tenants to inform the other party that a month-to-month lease agreement will terminate at the end of the next rental period. To comply with Mississippi law, the party receiving the termination letter shall be given at least thirty (30) days’ notice before the termination date. Note that this notice to quit is applicable to periodic rental agreements only (tenancies without a specific end date). If the tenancy is fixed-term, the landlord can only end the tenancy during the lease term for reasons allowed in the lease or landlord-tenant law.
Laws – § 89-8-19(3)