Updated on June 14th, 2021
The Hawaii move-in/move-out checklist is a form used by landlords to detail the condition of a rental property at the start of a lease term and after the tenant vacates the premises. Before the tenant moves in, the landlord must complete this checklist to record any damage caused by former tenants and to inventory the furnishings and appliances included with the rental. The new tenants should inspect the property themselves to be certain that the landlord’s findings are accurate. Any unreported issues or necessary repairs should be communicated to the landlord promptly. Apart from normal wear and tear, tenants will be financially responsible for damages not listed in the checklist at the start of tenancy.
Laws – § 521-42