<This section is suspended through the COVID-19 disaster emergency relief period. See Executive Order No. 20-04 (2019 HI EO 20-04) signed on April 16, 2020, and executive actions issued subsequent thereto.>
[(a)] Mortgages of registered land may be foreclosed like mortgages of unregistered
[(b)] In case of foreclosure by action, a certified copy of the final judgment of
the court confirming the sale may be filed or recorded with the assistant registrar
or the deputy after the time for appealing therefrom has expired and the purchaser
shall thereupon be entitled to the entry of a new certificate.
[(c)] In case of foreclosure by exercising the power of sale without a previous judgment,
the affidavit required by chapter 667 shall be recorded with the assistant registrar.
The purchaser or the purchaser's assigns at the foreclosure sale may thereupon at
any time present the deed under the power of sale to the assistant registrar for recording
and obtain a new certificate. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prevent the mortgagor or other person
in interest from directly impeaching by action or otherwise, any foreclosure proceedings
affecting registered land, prior to the entry of a new certificate of title.
[(d)] After a new certificate of title has been entered, no judgment recovered on
the mortgage note for any balance due thereon shall operate to open the foreclosure
or affect the title to registered land.
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