A Hawaii lease termination letter (45-day notice) is a formal document used by either the landlord or the tenant to end a month-to-month tenancy agreement. It enables either the landlord or the tenant to terminate the tenancy without specifying a particular reason, as long as the proper notice period is provided in accordance with Hawaii’s landlord-tenant laws.
This formal document provides both parties with a clear framework to conclude the tenancy while abiding by the state’s regulations, ensuring compliance with Hawaii’s landlord-tenant laws.
Governing Law — Hawaii Revised Statutes § 521-71.
Reasons to Use a 45-Day Notice to Vacate
Some of the common reasons for requesting a tenant to vacate your property include:
- Property Sale or Major Renovations: Landlords who plan to sell the property or undertake significant renovations that require the property to be vacant might issue this notice to the current tenants.
- End of Employment for Property Managers or Caretakers: In cases where the tenant is living in the property as part of their employment (such as a property manager or caretaker), and their employment is terminated, this type of notice can be used.