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Hawaii 5-Day (24 Hours to Cure) Notice to Quit Form | Nuisance

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The Hawaii 5-Day Notice to Quit (Nuisance) is a form used by landlords when a tenant of theirs causes a nuisance and by serving this form, it notifies the tenant that they have 24 hours to resolve the nuisance. If the nuisance isn’t resolved within 24 hours, the landlord may terminate the tenancy by a written notice to vacate the premises within 5 (five) days from the date the second notice is received by the tenant.

In the event the tenant prepaid rent in advance, the landlord shall refund the amount of rent to which the tenant would have been entitled if vacated on the date in which the notice was delivered to the tenant. If the tenant remains to stay on the premises in default after failing to vacate after 5 days while having had already paid rent in advance, the landlord may keep and allocate the money according to the number of days stayed in default until the tenant is officially evicted.

Definition – A nuisance is defined under Section 712-1270

Laws – HRS Section 666-3

How to Write

Step 1 – Landlords shall complete this 5-day notice to quit (nuisance) accurately and truthfully by filling in the following information.

  • The County in which the tenant’s dwelling unit resides.
  • Tenant’s name and all other occupants.
  • Address, City, and State of the Tenant’s dwelling unit.
  • Description of the tenant’s nuisance.
  • Enter date required to vacate if the nuisance isn’t resolved within 24 hours of notice.
  • Landlord’s signature and printed name.

Step 2 – Complete the Landlord’s Record of Service. This form shall be filled out immediately following the serving of notice to the tenant. Serve a copy of this notice on the tenant.

  • Enter the date served and the time of day in which it was served.
  • If successfully delivered to the tenant, obtain the tenant’s signature.
  • Check the appropriate box that relates to how the tenant was served.
  • The servant shall then date, sign, and print name.