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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 4. Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 669-12. Consequences

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(1)?A de minimis structure position discrepancy shall not be considered an encroachment or a basis for a zoning violation;

(2)?No de minimis structure position discrepancy authorized under this part shall be considered as a basis for any claim of adverse possession of land. If the wall or other improvement that is affected by the discrepancy is removed or substantially damaged or destroyed, the replacement improvement shall be constructed to comply with the most recent survey available at the time of construction of the improvement;

(3)?Responsibility for maintenance and repair of an improvement within a de minimis structure position discrepancy shall be borne by the property owner who constructed the improvement or the property owner's successor in interest;

(4)?Liability for any claims for injuries or damages to persons or property arising out of, or in connection with, an improvement within a de minimis structure position discrepancy shall be borne by the property owner who constructed the improvement or the property owner's successor in interest; and

(5)?In the event that the property owner who constructed the improvement within a de minimis structure position discrepancy is not readily identifiable, then for purposes of this part, the owner of the improvement shall be determined to be the owner of the property upon which the improvement is substantially located.

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