Revised Statutes

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS OFFICE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR CATHERINE P. AWAKUNI COLÓN DIRECTOR STEPHEN H. LEVINS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 1, 2020 STATE PROVIDES GUIDANCE FOR HOMEOWNERS AND RENTERS HONOLULU – The Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) is providing answers to the following ...
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521-1 – Short title 521-2 – Purposes; Rules of Construction 521-3 – Supplementary General Principles of Law, Other Laws, Applicable 521-4 – Construction Against Implicit Repeal 521-5 – Severability 521-6 – Territorial Application 521-7 – Exclusions from Application of Chapter 521-8 – Definitions 521-9 – Notice, Notification, Knowledge, Etc. 521-10 – Duties; Obligation of Good ...
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Part II. Rent

Posted on Mar 2, 2016 in Landlord Tenant Code

521-21 – Rent 521-22 – Term of Rental Agreement

521-31 – Waiver; Agreement to Forego Rights; Settlement of Claims 521-32 – Separation of Rents and Obligations to Property Forbidden 521-33 – Landlord’s Waiver of Liability Prohibited 521-34 – Authorization to Confess Judgment Prohibited 521-35 – Attorney’s Fees 521-36 – Effect of Termination 521-37 – Subleases and Assignments 521-38 – Tenants Subject to Rental Agreement; ...
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521-41 – Landlord to Supply Possession of Dwelling Unit 521-42 – Landlord to Supply and Maintain Fit Premises 521-43 – Rental Agreement, Disclosure 521-44 – Security Deposits 521-45 – Limitation of Landlord and Management Liability

521-51 – Tenant to Maintain Dwelling Unit 521-52 – Tenant to Use Properly 521-53 – Access 521-54 – Tenant to Use and Occupy 521-55 – Tenant’s Responsibility to Inform Landlord 521-56 – Disposition of Tenant’s Abandoned Possessions

521-61 – Tenant’s Remedies for Failure by Landlord to Supply Possession 521-62 – Tenant’s Remedy of Termination at Beginning of Term 521-63 – Tenant’s Remedy of Termination at any Time; Unlawful Removal or Exclusion 521-64 – Tenant’s Remedy of Repair and Deduction for Minor Defects 521-65 – Tenant’s Remedies for Fire or Casualty Damage 521-66 ...
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Hawaii’s Gift Certificate law has changed. Pursuant to Act 195 (2010) and effective July 1, 2010, the following amendments have gone into effect: (1) the minimum expiration period for most gift certificates has been extended to five years; (2) merchants will now be allowed to charge consumers a one-time initial activation or issuance fee of ...
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