Electronic Publication of Notices of Public Sale FAQ
Q: How do I publish Notices of Public Sale electronically?
Q: Who can publish Notices of Public Sale electronically?
A: Electronic publication of Notices of Public Sale is available to mortgagees participating in nonjudicial foreclosures of owner-occupant property in the manner authorized by Section 667-27(d), Hawaii Revised Statutes (Section 20 of Act 182, SLH 2012).
Q: May condominium or homeowner associations electronically publish Notices of Public Sale via this website?
A: No. The electronic notices that may be published through this site are notices authorized by Section 20 of Act 182 SLH 2012.
Q: How much does it cost to electronically publish Notices of Public Sale?
A: $300, as provided in Section 40 of Act 182, SLH 2012.
Q: How do I amend an electronically published Notice of Public Sale?
A: If the Notice of Public Sale must be revised, please contact the MFDR Program (firstname.lastname@example.org). There is no cost for amendments at this time.
Q: How do I pay to publish Notices of Public Sale on your website?
A: Your ehawaii.gov subscriber account allows for monthly billing, or you may pay by credit card on the spot. DCCA will not accept cash or checks to pay for this service.
Q: I don’t have a computer. Can I submit my Notice and payment via mail or in-person?
A: No, an ehawaii.gov account is mandatory for use of this service. The MFDR Program will not accept mail or in-person submissions.
Q: What format is required for the Notice of Public Sale?
A: The website will format the Notice after you have filled in all required fields.
Q: What content is required for the Notice of Public Sale?
A: As the foreclosing mortgagee, you are responsible for ensuring that the content of your notice meets all statutory requirements. DCCA does not verify the accuracy of your notice, or its compliance with all applicable statutes.