Hawaii Revised Statutes 467-21 - The real estate commission has standing in court
Hawaii Revised Statutes > Division 2 > Title25 > Chapter 467 > § 467-21. The real estate commission has standing in court
Current as of: 2010
When the real estate commission receives notice, as provided in section 467-18(a), the commission may enter an appearance, file an answer, appear at the court hearing, defend the action, or take whatever other action it deems appropriate on behalf and in the name of the defendant, and take recourse through any appropriate method of review on behalf of, and in the name of, the defendant. The commission or its legal representative shall be served with all pleadings in an action which may result in a recovery from the real estate recovery fund.
Settlement of any claim against the real estate recovery fund may be made only with the agreement of a majority of the commission that settlement is in the best interest of the real estate recovery fund.
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