The Mississippi 14-day notice to quit informs a tenant that they are non-compliant with their lease terms and that they must remedy the issue or move from the premises in fourteen (14) days. If the tenant corrects the non-compliance within the designated notice period, the tenancy agreement shall remain valid. However, if the tenant makes no effort to fix the non-compliance through repairs, payment of damages, or by any other means, they will be forced to vacate by the fourteenth (14th) day.
If substantially the same issue occurs within six (6) months of receiving an initial notice to quit for non-compliance, the landlord may serve the tenant a second notice that provides them fourteen (14) days to vacate without the possibility to cure.
Laws – § 89-8-13(3)