Financing statements filed with the state’s Bureau of Conveyances don’t usually disclose the dollar amounts of loans, but they do serve as a legal notice of a claim on the property used as collateral.
One such statement filed last summer by the Hawai`i Central Federal Credit Union, in Honolulu, has a collateral list that suggests the institution has a claim on every last piece of movable goods in the Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods office in Umikoa Village, where the company has its headquarters for field operations in Hamakua.
In addition to a list of farm equipment, leasehold improvements . . .
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