Hawaii Residential Lease Agreement
The Hawaii standard residential lease agreement is structured around a one (1) year long lease with monthly payments. This agreement has been designed to be straight forward and convenient for both the landlord and tenant to easily fill-in (the blanks). For the lease agreement to go into effect, both the landlord and tenant must agree to the terms and conditions, sign the document, and the tenant has to pay a security deposit (equal to one (1) month’s rent) if the landlord requires it.
Before the lease has gone into effect, it is strongly recommended that the landlord ask the tenant to complete a rental application. This will give the landlord crucial information necessary to helping the landlord make a solid decision on whether or not he or she is accepting the tenant into the property.
- Standard | Adobe PDF (.pdf) | Microsoft Word (.doc)
- Realtor | Adobe PDF (.pdf) | Microsoft Word (.doc)
Lead-Based Paint – Notice that must be submitted to the tenant via federal law that dictates all residential units built prior to 1978.