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Kailua literally means "two seas" thanks to the two currents of water running through its picturesque bay. Its beach has been consistently rated the world's best beach. Before World War II, Kailua was primarily an agricultural community. Today it has become a residential community with a variety of modern shops and boutiques, and it is a popular destination for visitors to Oahu.
Kailua lawyers can assist you with any legal issue you may be facing, including personal injury, real estate, wills and trusts, criminal defense, and many more.
Kailua attorneys are most likely familiar with one of America's most important eminent domain cases. In the 1960's, over 72% of the land in and around Kailua and Hawaii was owned by about 20 people. To rectify this problem the state enacted a law allowing tenants to request state condemnation of 5 acre parcels, with the state then selling the land to the tenant. Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff challenged this law, which was later upheld by the Supreme Court.
Attorneys in Kailua should be familiar with the various courts within O'ahu's First Circuit. Different courts in Hawai'i have different rules, and your Kailua attorney should know how to navigate your local Kailua courts.
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