Haw. Code R. § 15-300-10 - Submittal and filing of documents

Current through February, 2022

(a) All documents and requests to the corporation of every nature shall be in writing addressed to the executive director, the board, or the chairperson, as may be appropriate under the circumstances, and transmitted to the corporation within the time limits prescribed by law, rules, or by order of the corporation. The date of filing shall be established by the corporation's time-date stamp on the document.
(b) All documents filed with the corporation shall be either written in dark ink, typewritten, reproduced, or printed; shall be plainly legible, and shall be on strong, durable paper no larger than 8-1/2" X 11" in size, unless otherwise specified by the corporation, except that maps, charts, tables, and other like documents may be larger, folded to the size of the papers to which they are attached.
(1) All documents filed by any person or agency in any proceeding shall state on the first page thereof the name, mailing address and business telephone number, if any, of the individual who may be served with any documents filed in the proceeding;
(2) The original of each document shall be signed in black ink by the party; and
(3) Reproduction may be by any process, provided all copies are clear and permanently legible.
(c) All documents must be signed by the party or the party's agent. The signature of the person constitutes a verification that the person has read the document, that to the best of the person's knowledge, information, and belief, every statement contained therein is true and no such statement is misleading; and that it is not interposed for delay.
(d) Unless otherwise required by these rules or the corporation, there shall be filed with the corporation an original and ten copies of each paper. Additional papers shall be promptly provided upon request of the executive director or chairperson.

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Haw. Code R. § 15-300-10
[Eff June 15 2007] (Auth: HRS § 201H-4) (Imp: HRS § 201H-4)

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