Hawaii 10 Day Notice to Quit | NonCompliance
The Hawaii ten (10) day notice to quit, in association with § 521-72, is used to notify a tenant that they are in violation of specific regulations of a lease agreement. The notice must be served to tenants before a landlord can begin the eviction lawsuit process. If the tenant does not correct their violation(s) by the end of the ten (10) day notice period, the landlord has the legal right to terminate the lease agreement and file a Complaint for Summary Possession at the local district court.
How to Write
Step 1 – Download the Hawaii 10 day notice to quit form (.PDF format). Enter the full name of the tenant in the “To:” field at the top of the form.
Step 2 – Enter the street address of the rental unit, along with any internal designations (such as a unit name).
Step 3 – Describe the violation(s) that the tenant has committed.
Note: It’s important to be as detailed as possible because this document may be used as evidence in court.
Step 4 – Enter the current date, sign your name, and then print your name. Provide a contact address in the section at the very bottom of the form.