2013 Public Notice To Successors
PUBLIC NOTICE TO SUCCESSORS
DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS
HOMESTEAD SERVICES DIVISION
NOTICE TO POSSIBLE SUCCESSORS OF THE FOLLOWING DECEASED APPLICANTS, WHO DIED ON OR AFTER OCTOBER 26, 1998, AND FAILED TO DESIGNATE A SUCCESSOR TO THEIR HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS APPLICATION RIGHTS UNDER HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920, AS AMENDED.
Relatives of the above-named decedents including spouse, children, and grandchildren; parents; widows or widowers of the children; brothers and sisters; widows and widowers of the brothers and sisters; or nieces and nephews, who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and are descendants of not less than one-half (50%) part of the blood of the races inhabiting the Hawaiian Islands previous to 1778, are hereby notified to present their claims for the Hawaiian Home Lands Application Rights of the above-named decedents. Written claims, with duly authenticated and certified copies of Hawaiian blood quantum verifications must be presented tothe Applications Branch of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, 91-5420 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, Hawai’i 96707 or at any of the District Offices of the Department, within one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day of publication of this notice, or such relatives may be forever barred from succeeding to the Application Rights in question.
Last Publication Date: November 24, 2013
Dated: 10/16/2013, Honolulu, Hawaii
Jobie M.K. Masagatani, Chair
Hawaiian Homes Commission
November 17 & 24, 2013
On November 17 & 24, 2013, the 2013 Public Notice for Deceased Applicants will be published in the legal ads sections of five newspapers of general circulation in the State of Hawaii:
- The Honolulu Star-Advertiser
- The Maui News
- West Hawaii Today
- The Hawaii Tribune-Herald
- The Garden Island
There will be 59 names published for a total of 86 applications. Attached is the public notice ad and the form to succeed. Successors must submit their written requests, time-stamped received by any DHHL District Office by May 24, 2014 or else the application(s) will be cancelled via Hawaiian Homes Commission meeting some time after the deadline. Eligible successors must be 50% native Hawaiian, 18 years of age, and an eligible relative to the decedent — spouse, children, and grandchildren; parents; widows or widowers of the children; brothers and sisters; widows and widowers of the brothers and sisters; or nieces and nephews.