132D-1 Title

132D-2 Definitions

132D-3 Permissible uses of consumer fireworks

132D-4 Permissible uses of display fireworks, articles

pyrotechnic, and aerial devices

132D-5 General prohibitions

132D-6 Exceptions

132D-7 License or permit required

132D-8 Application for license

132D-8.5 Importation of aerial devices, display fireworks,

or articles pyrotechnic for display

132D-8.6 Requirements of licensee

132D-9 Application for permit

132D-10 Permits

132D-11 Fee

132D-12 Sale to minors; sale by minors; prohibited

132D-13 Liability of parents or guardians

132D-14 Penalty

132D-14.5 Liability of homeowner, renter, or person otherwise

responsible for real property

132D-15 Notice requirements

132D-16 Permit for display

132D-16.5 Labeling of display fireworks

132D-16.6 Display site inspection

132D-16.7 Display stop order

132D-17 Repealed

132D-17.5 County ordinances

132D-18 Effect on other laws

132D-19 Repealed

132D-20 Enforcement; probable cause for arrest

132D-21 Health care facilities; report of fireworks and

articles pyrotechnic incidents




Legislative reference bureau to review and update the findings and recommendations in its Report of the Illegal Fireworks Task Force to the Legislature for the Regular Session of 2011; report to legislature no later than December 1, 2019. L 2019, c 184, 2.


Cross References


Aerial luminaries, see 132-19.


Case Notes


Honolulu city ordinance prohibiting the importation of consumer fireworks into Honolulu was an ordinance that was "more stringent in the control or prohibition of fireworks" enacted within the city's power granted under this chapter. 796 F. Supp. 2d 1261 (2011).

Discussed: 87 H. 71, 951 P.2d 934.


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