LANDLORD AND TENANT
Part I. Generally
666-1 Summary possession on termination or forfeiture of
666-2 Tenancy from month to month, etc.; termination,
666-3 Forfeiture, warning, notice to vacate, refunds
666-4 Oral leases not exceeding one year, valid
666-5 Acceptance of rent during litigation, effect of
666-6 Summary possession proceedings; venue
666-7 Jurisdiction; joinder
666-9 Return day
666-11 Judgment; writ of possession
666-12 How writ executed
666-13 Effect of writ
666-14 Writ stayed how, in proceedings for nonpayment of rent
666-15 to 19 Repealed
666-20 Rent control ordinances
666-21 Rent trust fund
Part II. Health Requirements in Rental Dwellings--Repealed
666-41 to 45 Repealed
Residential landlord and tenant code, see chapter 521.
In case of conflict, chapter 521 controls, see §521-3(b).
Long-term residential ground leases cannot be canceled or forfeited in district court summary possession action under this chapter. 74 H. 294, 845 P.2d 1186 (1992).
Chapter does not preclude a landlord from joining a breach of contract action, seeking damages as measured by future rent, with a summary possession action. 84 H. 75, 929 P.2d 88 (1996).