Welcome to FindLaw's section on Hawaii's consumer laws, with articles covering a wide variety of laws and regulations that protect consumers from the excesses of business and help encourage consumer activity. In this section you will find articles on illegal business practices such as deception (i.e. odometer tampering, false advertising) and Ponzi and pyramid schemes, as well as antitrust laws meant to maintain consumer choice through competition. This section also covers Hawaii's lemon laws, which require auto dealers to replace vehicles -- or reimburse consumers -- if a newly purchased automobile has serious defects. Click on one of the links below to learn more about Hawaii's consumer laws.