7 Article:Number given to THE RENTER:Article:Number given to the CONDITIONS: (Please number)RECEIVED BY THE RENTER: The receipt of the following, if activated, is confirmed by the RENTER:10.  Fair Housing Information Other: House Rules Other: Lead-based Paint Leaflet (required by law for pre-1978 dwellings) : The following, once reviewed, are attached to and form part of this RENTAL AGREEMENT: Lead-containing paint additive (required by law for housing prior to 1978)  Pet AddendumProperty Condition Form Eviction InstructionsOther:  Addendum to the Renewable Energy Act Miscellaneous:DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP LICENSE STATUS: Hawaiian law requires licensees to disclose that they hold a real estate license on any transaction in which they rent or offer real estate as a principal, or in which they rent or offer for themselves, immediate relatives or an entity in which they have a proprietary interest. This HAWAII ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® STANDARD LICENSE AGREEMENT (“AGREEMENT”) is a binding agreement between you (“Licensee” or “you”) and the Hawaii Association of RealTors® (“Company”). This Agreement governs your use of the Company`s standard form (the “Form”). The form is licensed to you, not sold. THE HAWAII ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (“HAR”) develops forms for its members to facilitate real estate transactions in the state of Hawaii. These forms are protected by the copyright of the HAWAII ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. Use of these forms is subject to the terms of the HAWAII ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® STANDARD LICENSE AGREEMENT based on www.hawaiirealtors.com/standard-form-policy. HAR retains all right, title and interest in and to the Forms, including all copyrights, trademarks and other intellectual property rights in or to the Forms, unless expressly agreed otherwise. (d) rent, lease, loan, sell, sublicense, assign, distribute, publish or transfer the Form to any third party for any reason, including making the Form available on a network where more than one person can access it at a time.
Enter here any terms or agreements between the landlord and tenant that should be part of the rental agreement, but have not been documented. Be sure to pay for each number. Step 7 – Section 6 defines the period during which this lease is in effect. In the first line, enter the date the lease begins. If it is a temporary lease, check the first box, and then enter the date on which the lease naturally expires in the specified area. If the tenant has the possibility to increase the rental space, check the second box (otherwise leave blank). If it is a monthly agreement, leave the first two fields blank and check only the third field. THE HAWAI`I OF REALTORS® ASSOCIATION STANDARD LICENSE AGREEMENT (“AGREEMENT”) is a binding agreement between you (“licensee” or “you”) and the Hawaii Association of Real Estate® Agents (“Company”). This Agreement governs your use of the Company`s standard form (the “Form”). The form is licensed and not sold to you. Step 13 – Point 11 checks whether each document that is part of the lease (and therefore commits both parties to the content). There will be several cash registers and each has been transferred to a tenant and part of the lease.
10. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between you and the Company with respect to the Form and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous written or oral agreements and understandings with respect to the Form. Step 12 – Point 10 is where the tenant confirmed receipt of the necessary documents (fair living information, house rules, brochure containing lead). Place a check mark next to each of them given to the customer. In addition to the word “Other”, there is enough space for three other documents (note: Even if one of these fields is filled in, the box next to it must be checked). Step 1 – The first line of this lease is for the broker reviewing this document. Here, the broker must enter their full name, sign in the appropriate section, and then report the name of the brokerage company affiliated with hawaI`I`s® REALTORS ASSOCIATION (“HAR”), which has developed forms for its members to facilitate real estate transactions in the state of Hawaii. These forms are protected by the copyright of the HAWAII ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
Use of these forms is subject to the terms of the HAWAII ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® STANDARD LICENSE AGREEMENT based on www.hawaiirealtors.com/standard-form-policy. HAR reserves all right, title and interest in and to the Forms, including all copyrights, trademarks and other intellectual property rights, except as expressly permitted. Step 11 – Article 9 contains several empty lines. RENTAL AGREEMENT Awaii Association of REALTORS Standard FormRevised 7/13 (NC) For Publication 5/14 COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK NOTICE: This standard copyrighted form from the Hawaii Association of Realtors is allowed to be used by the real estate industry and the general public provided that printed pieces, pagination or paragraph numbers or breaks are not changed. The use of this form is not intended to identify the presenter of this form as a REAL ESTATE AGENT. REALTOR is a registered collective membership mark that can only be used by real estate licensees who are members of the National Association of REALTORS and the Code of by:Name of the Principal Broker/Broker-in-ChargeSignatureBrokerag e FirmLANDLORD cannot discriminate on the basis of RACE, SEX, INCLUDING GENDER IDENTITY OR EXPRESSION, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, COLOR, RELIGION, MARITAL STATUS, MARITAL STATUS, ANCESTRY, DISABILITY, AGE OR HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS means the owner and the owner`s representative/brokerage company, one of whom must reside on the island where the unit is located. 8 Where applicable, licensees in this transaction will announce the following: Association OF REALTORS (NAR) MEMBERSHIP: Check everything that applies: Owner  Agent/Brokerage  Tenants own their NAR membership and subscribe to their code of `S INITIALS & DATELANDLORD`S INITIALS & DATE Hawaii Association of REALTORS RR301 Rev. 7/13 (NC) For publication 5/14 Page 2 of 5 Product with zipForm by zipLogix 18070 Fifteen Mile Road, Fraser, Michigan 48026 Square: Agent/Brokerage company represents the OWNER.
The tenant must not: (a) modify, add or remove the unit; b) Drilling or drilling or drilling holes by drilling, nailing or attaching an article to the unit without the prior written consent of the LESSOR using nails, screws, adhesives or similar objects. 2 UNIT means the consent (as defined in the Landlord-Tenant Code) tenant of the LANDLORD`s rents. As used in this RENTAL AGREEMENT, the term “day” means Acalendar Day and the term “business day” means Monday through Friday, without holidays, as set forth in Section 8-1 of HawaiiRevised IS A LEGALLY BINDING AGREEMENT. READ IT CAREFULLY. HANDWRITTEN OR TYPED PROVISIONS REPLACE ALL PRINTED PROVISIONS IN CASE OF OPPOSITION. FILL IN ALL GAPS. WRITE “NA” IF IT IS NOT APPROPRIATE. SECTIONS AND PARAGRAPHS WITH CHECKMARK FIELDS ARE OPTIONAL; ALL OTHERS ARE STANDARD:File reference or address: :Name (print)TelephoneE-mailPostal address kept:3rd (Funds) by  month or  week or  day, PAYABLE INRENT: The rent is $ADVANCE, without notice, claim or deduction. 9. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of the State of Hawaii, without any rules or rules of choice or conflict of laws.
Any action, action or proceeding arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the Form shall be brought exclusively in the federal courts of the United States or the courts of the State of Hawaii in any event in Honolulu. You waive any objection to the exercise of jurisdiction over you by such courts and instead of such courts. Printed copies of the forms can be purchased by active Hawaiian real estate licensees for a fee from one of Hawaii`s local councils. The local board may determine whether its board of directors or association sells the forms and, if so, at what price. The local councils are: Hawai`i Island REALTORS®, Honolulu Board of REALTORS®, Kauai Board of REALTORS®, REALTORS® Association of Maui and West Hawai`i Association of REALTORS®. 3 Payment shall be due no later than […] the […] time of the day of each […] month or week, from […] (date). THE TENANT MUST PAY TO THE LANDLORD AT THIS ADDRESS: THE LANDLORD WILL GIVE THE TENANT A RECEIPT FOR RENTS PAID IN CASH AND ON REQUEST FOR RENTS PAID BY EACH RENT PAYMENT LANDLORD FEES AND OTHER FEES: THE TENANT MUST PAY A LATE FEE THAT WILL NOT BE RECEIVED BY THE […] DUE DATE OF THE PAYMENT OR  A GRACE PERIOD OF DAYS AFTER PAYMENT WILL BE ADDED, INTEREST IN % per year IS CALCULATED ON ALL RENTS AND OTHER AMOUNTS THAT THE TENANT DOES NOT PAY TO THE LANDLORD AGAINST DEPOSIT: The TENANT must deposit $IN ADVANCE as a deposit. In accordance with the law, this deposit may not exceed one month`s rent, plus an additional deposit amount for $and pets as agreed, but no more than one month`s rent between the RENTER and the RENTER (pet deposit) to compensate the RENTER for damage caused by a pet that is allowed to stay in the premises or in the unit in accordance with this CONTRACT RENTAL and the applicable PET SUPPLEMENT; provided that such additional pet deposit does not require (i) a tenant who does not have a pet staying on the premises or in the unit, or (ii) for a service animal that provides reasonable accommodation for a tenant with a disability under Section 515-3 of the Revised Hawaii Statutes. The word “may” is a problem for the owner.
When I represent the landlord, I replace the word “may” with the word “should”. . . .