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New law requires landlords to use mediation before evicting tenants

New law requires landlords to use mediation before evicting tenants

Mediation centers on the Big Island are preparing for an influx of cases when the state’s eviction moratorium ends in August. On Wednesday, Gov. David Ige ratified a new law aimed at preventing a tsunami of eviction cases when the current prohibition on evicting tenants for failing to pay their rent ends on Aug. 6 after more than a year.

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