The Hawaii immediate notice to quit is reserved for serious lease violations caused by a tenant that affects the health and safety of others, enabling their landlord to immediately terminate the rental agreement between them. Once this notice has been delivered to a tenant, they must pack up their things and vacate the premises. If they do not comply with the notice to quit, the landlord could file an action for eviction against them.
Laws – § 521-51(1)(6)
- Causing or threatening to cause damage to a person.
- Non-compliance with applicable building and housing laws materially affecting health and safety (§ 521-51 (1)).
- Destroying, defacing, damaging, impairing, or removing any part of the premises or surrounding property or allowing any other person to do the same (§ 521-51 (6)).