Legal Information: Hawaii

Statutes: Hawaii

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March 11, 2022

586-23 Filing of foreign protective order

A certified copy of a foreign protective order, accompanied by a sworn affidavit that the order remains in effect and has not been vacated or modified, may be filed with the court; provided that no filing fee shall be required. Filing of a foreign protective order with the court shall not be required for enforcement of the foreign protective order in this State.

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