Hawaii Revised Statutes 572-4

Right of domicile, sex or marital status.

The right of an individual to be or to become a resident domiciled in this State shall not be denied or abridged because of the sex or marital status of the individual. The residence of one spouse does not establish the residence of the other spouse, which shall be determined by the same factors that apply in determining the residence of any other individual capable of having an independent residence.

[L 1931, c 51, §1; RL 1935, §4633; RL 1945, §12354; RL 1955, §323-4; HRS §572-4; am L 1981, c 6, §1]

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