Where can I get a list of real estate foreclosures in Maui County?
Generally, foreclosures are noticed in the classified ad section of the newspapers having "general circulation" in the State of Hawaii and at the Circuit Court within the judicial circuit where the property is located. In the State of Hawaii there are judicial and non-judicial foreclosures. The law governing judicial and non-judicial foreclosures is State law and can be found in the appropriate section of the Hawaii Revised Statutes. There is also a subset of foreclosures having to do with County real property tax liens. For information and procedures regarding County real property tax lien foreclosures sales, see the Maui County Code.
Maui County Code RPT Liens and Foreclosures

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