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Read More Failure to Pay Rent The Residential Landlord/Tenant Code states that the rent shall be paid at the time and place agreed to by the landlord and the tenant. The law does not provide the tenant a grace period for late rent payments. If the tenant does not pay all or part of the rent on the agreed due ...
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Read More Repairs to a Unit By law, the landlord is obligated to make repairs due to normal wear and tear or perform any maintenance required, as time goes by. In all repair cases, the landlord has a good faith requirement to start the repairs as soon as possible. However, Hawaii law also states that the tenant is responsible to ...
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Read More Security Deposit The security deposit is monies paid by or for the tenant. It cannot exceed one month’s rent and it could include other deposits, such as key or pet deposits. The landlord can use the security deposit for unpaid rent, failure to return keys, cleaning costs if the tenant did not leave the unit in ...
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Read More Landlord/Tenant Code Handbook The Hawaii Residential Landlord/Tenant Code Handbook is published by the State of Hawaii, Office of Consumer Protection. If you wish to purchase a copy of the handbook, it is available at the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs in the King Kalakaua Building at 335 Merchant Street in the Cashier’s office on the ...
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Car Rentals

Posted on Mar 27, 2013 in Cars, OCP

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Read More Car Rentals   Whether traveling for fun or business, the use of a rental car often becomes a foremost concern and major convenience that can’t be done without.  Here are some things you should know about rental car policies and what your rights are as a consumer.   No car rental company can require a ...
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Read More Towing Abandoned Vehicles Here is what Hawaii State Law says about towing abandoned vehicles. Section 290-11, of the Hawaii Revised Statutes requires the owner or occupant of a property to post a sign stating that unauthorized parking is not allowed and violators will be towed away. The sign must be large and conspicuous enough to be ...
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