INDIVIDUAL CLAIMS RESOLUTION UNDER THE
HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS TRUST
Part I. Purpose and Definitions
Part II. Individual Claims Review Panel
674-3 Establishment of the board of individual claims
674-4 Tenure and compensation of members
674-5 Panel staff; power to contract
674-6 Rulemaking powers
674-7 Review by panel required
674-8 Powers and procedures of the panel
674-9 Panel hearing or review proceedings; fact-finding;
674-10 Findings and advisory opinion
674-11 Subsequent litigation; excluded evidence
674-12 Immunity of panel members from liability
674-13 Legal adviser
674-14 Annual report
674-15 Limitations upon award of compensation or corrective
674-15.5 Preclusion of title-related claims
Part III. Judicial Relief for Retroactive Claims by
Individual Native Hawaiians
674-16 Waiver of immunity
674-17 Right to sue, individual claims
674-18 Scope of relief
674-19 Limitation on actions
674-20 No implied liability or award
674-21 Attorney's fees and costs
Hawaiian home lands trust claims. L 1992, c 316; L 1993, c 352.
Lands conveyed for development of housing projects, see §§10-13.6 and 171-18.5.
Law Journals and Reviews
The Native Hawaiian Trusts Judicial Relief Act: The First Step in an Attempt to Provide Relief. 14 UH L. Rev. 889 (1992).
Ke Ala Pono--The Path of Justice: The Moon Court's Native Hawaiian Rights Decisions. 33 UH L. Rev. 447 (2011).
A Modest Proposal for Determining Class Member Damages: Aggregation and Extrapolation in the Kalima v. State Breach of Homelands Trust Class Action. 34 UH L. Rev. 1 (2012).
Trial court erred in granting plaintiffs the right to sue for breach of contract under chapter 661 where, with respect to the individual beneficiary claims under this chapter, the language of Act 14, L Sp 1995 merely indicated the legislature's expressed desire for "title-related" claims to be settled in a timely manner. 111 H. 84, 137 P.3d 990 (2006).