711-1100 Definitions
711-1101 Disorderly conduct
711-1102 Failure to disperse
711-1103 Riot
711-1104 Unlawful assembly
711-1105 Obstructing
711-1106 Harassment
711-1106.4 Aggravated harassment by stalking
711-1106.5 Harassment by stalking
711-1106.6 Harassment by impersonation
711-1107 Desecration
711-1108 Abuse of a corpse
711-1108.5 Cruelty to animals in the first degree
711-1109 Cruelty to animals in the second degree
711-1109.1 Authority to enter premises; notice of impoundment of animal; damage resulting from entry
711-1109.2 Forfeiture of animal prior to filing of or final disposition of criminal charges
711-1109.3 Cruelty to animals by fighting dogs in the first degree
711-1109.35 Cruelty to animals by fighting dogs in the second degree
711-1109.37 Cruelty to animals by trapping
711-1109.4 Causing injury or death to a service dog or law enforcement animal
711-1109.5 Intentional interference with the use of a service dog or law enforcement animal
711-1110 Relating to agent of society
711-1110.5 Surrender or forfeiture of animals
711-1110.9 Violation of privacy in the first degree
711-1111 Violation of privacy in the second degree
711-1112 Interference with the operator of a public transit vehicle

Terms Used In Hawaii Revised Statutes > Chapter 711

  • Broker: means a person who, on behalf of an owner and for a fee, commission, or other valuable consideration, offers or attempts to negotiate life settlement contracts between an owner and providers, represents only the owner, and owes a fiduciary duty to the owner to act according to the owner's instructions, and in the best interest of the owner, notwithstanding the manner in which the broker is compensated. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2
  • Business of life settlements: means an activity involved in but not limited to offering to enter into the soliciting, negotiating, procuring, effectuating, monitoring, or tracking of life settlement contracts. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2
  • Certificate: means a certificate issued pursuant to a group policy. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2
  • Chronically ill: means :

         (1)  Being unable to perform at least two activities of daily living, such as eating, toileting, transferring, bathing, dressing, or continence;

         (2)  Requiring substantial supervision to protect the individual from threats to health and safety due to severe cognitive impairment; or

         (3)  Having a level of disability similar to that described in paragraph (1) as determined by the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2

  • Commissioner: means the insurance commissioner. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2
  • county: includes the city and county of Honolulu. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 54-17
  • Financing entity: means an underwriter, placement agent, lender, purchaser of securities, purchaser of a policy or certificate from a provider, credit enhancer, or any entity that has a direct ownership in a policy or certificate that is the subject of a life settlement contract, but:

         (1)  Whose principal activity related to the transaction is providing funds to effect the life settlement contract or purchase of one or more policies; and

         (2)  Who has an agreement in writing with one or more providers to finance the acquisition of life settlement contracts. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2

  • Insured: means the person covered under the policy being considered for sale in a life settlement contract. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2
  • Life expectancy: means the arithmetic mean of the number of months the insured under the policy to be settled can be expected to live as determined by a life expectancy company considering medical records and appropriate experiential data. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2
  • Life insurance producer: means any person licensed in this State as a resident or nonresident insurance producer who has received qualification for life insurance pursuant to article 9A of chapter 431. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 431C-2
  • Life settlement contract: means :

      (a)(1)  A written agreement entered into between a provider and an owner, establishing the terms under which compensation or any thing of value will be paid, which compensation or thing of value is less than the expected death benefit of the owner's policy or certificate, in return for the owner's assignment, transfer, sale, devise, or bequest of the death benefit or any portion of the policy or certificate for compensation, where the minimum value of the contract is greater than a cash surrender value or accelerated death benefit available under the policy or certificate at the time of an application for a life settlement contract;

         (2)  The transfer for compensation or value of ownership or beneficial interest in a trust or other entity that owns such policy or certificate if the trust or other entity was formed or availed of for the principal purpose of acquiring one or more life insurance contracts, which life insurance contract insures the life of a person residing in this State; or