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Mississippi 3-Day Notice to Quit | Non-Payment of Rent

A Mississippi 3-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Payment) is a type of legal document used by landlords when their tenant fails to pay rent on the date it should have been due. With respect to Mississippi law, a landlord must give the tenant no less than 3 days to cure the rent. If the tenant fails…

Mississippi Promissory Note Templates

A Mississippi promissory note templates are documents that structure and organize the details regarding a loaned amount of money between two parties. Covered in the template are topics such as interest rates, payment types, late fees, and the parties’ personal information. The lender profits from the deal by earning interest on top of the original balance of…

Mississippi Unsecured Promissory Note Template

A Mississippi unsecured promissory note is used when one party (a lender) lends money to another party (a borrower). The borrower will be required to pay interest on top of reimbursing the original balance to the lender, as well as paying any late fees accrued during the course of the loan. Because this note does not…

Mississippi Secured Promissory Note Template

A Mississippi secured promissory note organizes the major details of a money-loaning transaction between two parties (a lender and borrower). The template helps ensure the borrower is clear on the conditions of the note such as when to make payments, the repercussions of being late on a payment, and the results of defaulting on the note….

Mississippi Small Estate Affidavit

A Mississippi small estate affidavit presents a claim on an estate by an heir or beneficiary. This process helps claimants avoid probate court in the state of Mississippi, but can only be utilized if the estate is worth no more than $75,000. The form requires important information about the estate, the deceased, the property in…

Mississippi Last Will and Testament Template

A Mississippi last will and testament is a legally-binding document, set forth by a testator (the person creating the will), to direct the distribution of their personal and real property, fiduciary accounts and/or any cash-on-hand, digital assets, and any other form of property upon their death. On their will, a testator can set detailed instructions…

Mississippi Deed Forms

A Mississippi deed is a legal form used to convey or transfer real estate in Mississippi. The person selling the land is called the “grantor” and the person buying the land is called the “grantee”. When purchasing property, it is important to understand the history of the property, because there may be issues related to…

Mississippi Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Mississippi living trust is a legal instrument that facilitates the distribution of an estate while bypassing the probate process normally necessitated by a standard Last Will and Testament. In addition to allowing the Beneficiaries of a deceased person’s estate to avoid probate, a living trust can also enable the person that creates the trust (the…

Mississippi Special Warranty Deed Form

A Mississippi special warranty deed is a form that may be used to convey real property in the state of Mississippi. Like the warranty deed, this type comes with a guarantee from the seller or grantor that the property is free from hidden claims against the title, however, it only guarantees claims arising out of the…

Mississippi General Warranty Deed Form

A Mississippi general warranty deed is used to transfer real estate in Mississippi and guarantee that the property is free from hidden claims against the title and that the grantor has the legal authority to sell the property. In Mississippi, after the deeds are properly filled out and executed, they are recorded in the judicial…