A Hawaii 10-day notice to quit for non-compliance is issued by a landlord to a tenant who has violated lease terms other than non-payment of rent. This notice serves as a warning, providing the tenant with a defined period to rectify the specified lease violation or vacate the rental property as per Hawaii’s landlord-tenant laws.
The document commonly outlines the specific lease violation or non-compliance issue that necessitates correction within the given timeframe. Common breaches might include unauthorized subletting, repeated disturbances, or breaches stated in the lease agreement. The landlord may initiate eviction proceedings if the tenant fails to remedy the violation within ten days.
Governing Law — Hawaii Revised Statutes § 521-72.
Notice Types – There are two distinct types of this notice:
- Curable – The issues that the tenant has the opportunity to correct within the 10-day notice period include minor lease violations, failure to maintain the property, or unauthorized occupants.
- Noncurable – The serious violations where the tenant is not given the opportunity to correct the issue and must vacate include significant property damage, illegal activity, or repeated breaches.