2011 Hawaii Code
137. Search and Rescue Reimbursement Act
§137-1 Definitions.

HI Rev Stat § 137-1 (2011 through Reg Sess) What's This?

[§137-1] Definitions. As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:

"Government entity" means any department, unit, or agency, of the federal, state, or county governments.

"Search and rescue expenses" include the following expenses incident to, and incurred by, a government entity or any person or private entity in a search or rescue operation:

(1) Any and all actual hourly wages, salaries, and employment-related benefits, of persons participating in a search or rescue operation;

(2) Any and all equipment costs, including rental, lease, use, repair, and/or replacement costs of equipment used in a search or rescue operation;

(3) Any and all fuel expenses incident to a search or rescue operation;

(4) Any and all other expenses relating to a search and rescue operation.

"Warning or notice" means any warning or notice issued by a government entity posted on any type of sign. [L 1999, c 66, pt of §2]

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