A proposal was introduced in the Hawaii State Legislature, HB 169, to amend the definition of fair market rental value for timeshare rentals and to increase the transient accommodations tax (TAT) imposed on Hawaii-based timeshare units by 1% each year to gradually achieve a rate of 9.25%.
Due to industry opposition, on August 15, 2013 the Maui County Planning Committee deferred a bill (PC-18) that proposed to prohibit any new timeshare units or plans in the Hotel District and Service Business Residential District.
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