My condominium property has some code violations and unpermitted additions; can I still register the project and sell units if I disclose them?

No. Section 514B-5, HRS, explicitly requires all condominium property regimes to conform to “existing underlying county zoning for the property and all applicable county permitting requirements.” Properties containing code violations and/or unpermitted additions are not in conformity and thus generally cannot be registered for sale. Attempted registrations will be rejected or suspended until the property is in compliance with county zoning and permitting requirements.