Aloha from Maui. Thank you in advance for your reply to my question.
I filed a Notice of Appeal with the Circuit Court
of the Second Circuit, State of Maui on April 4 and again July 12, 2016. Civil No. 16-1-0172 (2) Case No.
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The appeal filed by myself for myself vs Jobline Hawaii Inc. & State of Hawaii Department of Labor
Industrial Relations denying myself of unemployment compensation for what was a 15-week period.
I understand that in accordance with Section 91-14 (D), Hawaii Revised Statutes, and Rule 72 (D) of the Rules of Civil Procedure
, the State of Hawaii had to reply within twenty (20) calendar days of the order the entire record as defined by Section 91-9 (E) Hawaii Revised Statutes.
To date they have not replied and I've called 8-10 times (recorded the dates and to whom I spoke with) to no avail.
So, in closing, my question is what do I do? Continue to be patient? The State has not responded in forty-seven (47) days. Do I have a case against them for non compliance to the statutes and rules of civil procedure. If it were reversed and I hadn't complied the case would have been denied and I'd be told its to late to appeal.