Hawaii Property and Real Estate Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's section on the property and real estate laws of Hawaii, including those affecting both homeowners and renters. This section includes an article outlining the laws regarding rental and lease agreements, such as limits on security deposits and acceptable lease terms, with links to the relevant state code sections. You'll also find articles on adverse possession laws, which allow individuals to legally obtain title to land that is not theirs under certain specific conditions, and homestead protection laws intended to prevent the homelessness of struggling property owners. To learn more about Hawaii's property and real estate laws, click on one of the following links.
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