Where and When do Foreclosure Sales Take Place in Hawaii?
Hawaiian law does not set specific days and times for property foreclosure sales. Instead, the date and time are determined in one of three ways. In a judicial foreclosure the date and time may be set by the court. In a non judicial foreclosure the date and time may be determined by the power of sale clause in the mortgage agreement or, if no date and time are provided in the mortgage agreement, then at a date and time determined by the lender and publicized in the Notice of Sale according to the public notice terms set by state law.
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