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In addition, Maui County Tax Sales are advertised in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and The Maui News at least once a week for at least four successive weeks immediately prior to the Tax Sale. Maui County Tax Sales will be advertised in the Molokai Dispatch once within the four weeks prior to the Tax Sale. You may also find the “Notice of Proposed Sale of Real Property for Failure to Pay Real Property Taxes Due Thereon” on the County of Maui website at: www.mauicounty.gov. For general information regarding parcels in Maui County refer to: www.mauipropertytax.com. County of Maui Website
The following information will be required by purchasers to complete the deed: a. The exact full name and marital status of the grantee; b. Address of the grantee;c. The tenancy in which ownership is to be held. The County of Maui will not assist buyers with legal advice such as questions regarding tenancy.
The County will record the deed with the Bureau of Conveyances and/or Land Court within sixty (60) days after the Tax Sale. (HRS §246-60) The recorded deed will be sent directly to the purchaser by the Bureau of Conveyances and/or the Land Court. It may take several months after the Tax Sale to receive the recorded deed. Information regarding recordation can be found on the Bureau of Conveyance’s website at http://hawaii.gov/dlnr/boc or questions may be directed to the Bureau of Conveyances at: (808)587-0134 or (808)587-0138.
All foreign and out-of-state corporations must have complied with state law, HRS, Chapter 414, Part XVI. Foreign Corporations. Title Guranty Website
The County of Maui is not involved in any actions to remove persons or personal property before or after the Tax Sale.