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Hawaii state COVID-19 update provided by The Mortgage Law Firm

Under the CARES Act, unless the subject property is  vacant or abandoned, a servicer of a federally backed loan may  not initiate any judicial or non-judicial foreclosure process,  move for a foreclosure judgment, order a sale, or execute a foreclosure-related eviction or foreclosure sale.
If the loan is not a GSE loan, before proceeding with a new or pending foreclosure action or eviction action, a CARES Act declaration must be filed. 

With regard to sales:
Sales are proceeding on Maui (Second Circuit) and Kauai (Fifth Circuit).
Sales on Oahu (First Circuit) and on Hawaii a/k/a ”Big Island” (Third Circuit) are to be postponed until further notice.

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The Mortgage Law Firm

Hawaii state COVID-19 update provided by The Mortgage Law Firm

There is no specified foreclosure/eviction moratorium in the State of Hawaii beyond the CARES Act. Hawaii does require a CARES Act Declaration in order to ensure compliance of the federal CARES Act in all foreclosure and eviction actions. Details of this requirement can be found in the attached Hawaii Supreme Court Order.

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