Q: what does sui juris mean
Hawaii court action to eject tresspassers now say theyhave a trust and interest Hawaiian land laws kuleana lands form served below district courtheading says (per organic act 1900 sec 75 a substitution of the Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank) ? state of Hawaii im plaintiff he is asking for reconsideration cant find any records of his ownership at prop tax office recorder saying owner is kuhaulua they were but later being leased amongst locals that lived free range cattle horses one had interest in 300 acres in kanaio probate 1929 also other probated wills included or said owned outright kuhaulua left a will probated but never surveyed or got royal patent I purchased and recorded in 1995 from person that had full ownership conveyed to her by ulupalakuaranch with many other properties onsame conveyance saying want to reconsider ejectment took my house over rebuilt with lumber and paint stolen from me no I didn't see him but mine is gone along with yellow
A: The answer to your specific question is Sui Juris means 'of age' and is usually referring to beneficiaries of a will or trust -- all of them are now 'of age' and can represent themselves, as opposed to a minor who would need someone to represent his interests. The REMAINDER of your question is WAY too fact specific and complicated to do justice to in a forum such as this, You NEED to hire a local attorney to represent you in this matter to insure that all aspects of the case -- including those you don't mention here!-- are handled properly!
Seek local representation!
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