Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 4. Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 664-21. Petition

[(a)] Any person owning, leasing, or occupying land under an agreement with the owner or lessee, who desires to fence the land, or who, having fenced the land, desires to provide for the maintenance of the fence, may file a petition in the circuit court of the circuit in which the land is situated praying for the hearing and determination of the matter.

[(b)] The petition shall designate the land by name or description, the location thereof, and the boundary or boundaries desired to be fenced or the fence desired to be maintained; and shall designate the adjoining land or lands and state the name or names of the owners, lessees, and occupants thereof. Upon the filing of the petition, summons shall issue to the adjoining owners, lessees, and occupants as in other proceedings before circuit courts.


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