Hawaii Rental Agreement Standard Form

Posted on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021 at 4:00 pm

In addition, no other legal or natural person, with the exception of the authorized form, may sell any of the standard har forms, including the rental agreement. In addition, no form may be published or used to generate profits without the express written permission of the HAWAI`I ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® in any media, such as a third-party website or software. RENTAL AGREEMENT awaii Association of REALTORS Standard FormRevised 7/13 (NC) For Release 5/14 COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK NOTICE: This Hawaiian association of REALTORS, protected by copyright, is authorized for use by the real estate industry and the general public provided that there is no modification of the printed parts, pagination or sales or termination number. The use of this form is not intended to identify the presenter of this form as REALTOR. REALTOR is a registered collective membership mark, which can only be used by real estate licenses that are members of the National Association of REALTORS and whose code of by:Name of Principal Broker/Broker-in-ChargeSignatureBrokerag e FirmlandLORD must not be based on RACE, GENDER, INCLUDING GENDER IDENTITY OR EXPRESSION, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, COLOR, RELIGION, MARITAL STATUS, FAMILY STATUS, ANCESTRY, DISABILITY, AGE OR HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY informs the owner`s agent/broker, one of whom must be located on the island where the unit is located. Members may not provide a form to a non-member, including the rental agreement, for their personal use. Members may refer real estate licensors to local councils for copies of all forms. Members may also refer members of the public to local authorities to draft copies of the lease agreement. This HAWAI`I ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® STANDARD FORM LICENSE AGREEMENT (“AGREEMENT”) is a binding agreement between you (“licensee” or “you”) and the Hawai`i Association of REALTORS® (“Company”).

This agreement regulates your use of the company`s standard form (the “Form”). The form will be given to you under license, not sold. A good example of how the Hawaii standard lease actually harms landlords in a given situation is when the fixed lease term ends on a given date. Often, a landlord tells me that he/she will move in a new tenant the day after the fixed rental period expires, because the incoming tenant pays more rent and the current tenant has problems. Printed copies of the forms can be purchased by active Hawaiian real estate licensors for a fee through one of Hawaii`s local councils. The local council can decide whether its board of directors/association sells the forms and, if so, at what price. . . .

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