2009 Hawaii Code
Volume 13
§604-6 - Ejectment proceedings.

     §604-6  Ejectment proceedings.  Nothing in section 604-5 shall preclude a district court from taking jurisdiction in ejectment proceedings where the title to real estate does not come in question at the trial of the action.  If the defendant is defaulted or if on the trial it is proved that the plaintiff is entitled to the possession of the premises, the court shall give judgment for the plaintiff and shall issue a writ of possession.  The rules of court shall govern the stay of a writ of possession. [L 1949, c 315, §1; RL 1955, §216-5; HRS §604-6; am L 1970, c 188, §14; am L 1971, c 144, §2]


Rules of Court


  Stay, see DCRCP rule 62.


Case Notes


  Plaintiff in ejectment need not show possession within twenty years if plaintiff shows title and no adverse possession is proved.  7 H. 324.


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