Encroachment Agreement Hawaii

By September 18, 2021 Uncategorized No Comments

Because of the many assaults discovered, the Hawaiian legislator has ensured that certain “de minimis” discrepancies are not legally considered aggressions and that intervention agreements are therefore not necessary. For interventions exceeding de minimis standards, the buyer and his lender need intervention agreements from the seller and the neighbouring landowner. If you offer Hawaiian properties, there are usually no surveys, and so you only pass the problem on to the next generation to find out when grandparents are in the best position to get the intervention and identify who built what. So there are good reasons to stay in the vicinity with adjacent landowners.