Hawaii Civil Rights Laws
|Code Section||378-1, et seq. (Employment); 515-1, et seq. (Housing); 489-1, et seq. (Public Accommodations)|
|Agency||Employment, Housing, Public Accommodations: Civil Rights Commission|
|Private Action Permitted?||Employment: No; Housing: Yes, with exceptions; Public Accommodations: Yes|
|Attorney Fees Recoverable by Plaintiff?||Employment: Yes; Housing: Yes; Public Accommodations: Yes|
|Statute of Limitations||Employment: 90 days; Housing: 1 yr.; Public Accommodations: Not specified|
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