Hawaii Eviction Laws
In the Hawaii eviction process, a tenant cannot be removed with a court judgment nor may the landlord partake in self-eviction.
If the lease has simply expired, the landlord does not need to give any written notice. In all other situations, the Hawaii eviction notice must be in writing and allow the tenant time to vacuate the unit depending on the rental agreement violation.
|Non-payment of rent:||5 business days|
|Lease violation:||10 days|
Should the tenant fail to correct or remedy the reason for the Hawaii eviction notice within the allotted day, the landlord will have to file a complaint in court.
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