support award

  • "Support award" means a money award or agency order that requires the payment of child or spousal support. [2003 c.576 §1; 2005 c.542 §55; 2005 c.568 §4]

    Note: Section 7, chapter 568, Oregon Laws 2005, provides:

    Sec. 7. Sections 2 [18.245 (Jurisdictional requirements)] and 6 [18.029 (Effect of chapter on use of judgment)] of this 2005 Act and the amendments to ORS 18.005 (Definitions) by section 4 of this 2005 Act apply to all judgments entered on or after January 1, 2004. [2005 c.568 §7]

    Note: Sections 45 and 569 (1) and (2), chapter 576, Oregon Laws 2003, provide:

    Sec. 45. (1) Except as provided by this section or by sections 1 to 44 of this 2003 Act [ORS chapter 18], sections 1 to 44 of this 2003 Act apply only to judgments entered on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act [January 1, 2004]. Nothing in this 2003 Act affects the validity, lien effect or enforceability of any judgment or decree entered before the effective date of this 2003 Act. Nothing in this 2003 Act affects the validity, lien effect or enforceability of any order or warrant docketed or recorded before the effective date of this 2003 Act. Except as provided by this section or sections 1 to 44 of this 2003 Act, any judgment or decree entered before the effective date of this 2003 Act, and any order or warrant docketed or recorded before the effective date of this 2003 Act, shall continue to be governed by the law in effect on the day immediately preceding the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (2) Section 12 of this 2003 Act [18.107 (Corrections to civil judgments)] applies to any corrected judgment entered on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the original judgment is entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (3) A judgment creditor may create a judgment lien for a judgment in a county other than the county in which a judgment is entered in the manner provided by section 15 of this 2003 Act [18.152 (Establishing judgment liens in other counties)] without regard to whether the judgment is entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (4) Section 17 of this 2003 Act [18.158 (Judgment lien based on judgment for child support or spousal support entered in another state)] applies to all judgments, whether entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (5) Except as provided in sections 21 [18.190 (Spousal support awards in judgments entered before January 1, 2004)] and 22 [18.192 (Child support awards in judgments entered before January 1, 1994)] of this 2003 Act, sections 18 [18.180 (Expiration of judgment remedies in circuit court)] and 19 [18.182 (Extension of judgment remedies)] of this 2003 Act apply to all judgments, whether entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act. Notwithstanding section 19 of this 2003 Act, any order of renewal entered before the effective date of this 2003 Act may be recorded in the manner provided by section 19 (6) of this 2003 Act with the effect provided by section 15 (4) of this 2003 Act.

    (6) Section 23 of this 2003 Act [18.200 (Release of lien)] applies to the release of any judgment lien after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (7) Section 24 of this 2003 Act [18.205 (Assignment of judgment)] applies to the assignment of any judgment after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (8) Section 25 of this 2003 Act [18.225 (Satisfaction of money awards generally)] applies to any satisfaction of judgment filed with a court on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (9) Sections 26 [18.228 (Satisfaction of support awards payable to Department of Justice)] and 27 [18.232 (Alternate method for satisfaction of support awards payable to Department of Justice)] of this 2003 Act apply to all judgments, whether entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (10) Section 28 of this 2003 Act [18.235 (Motion to satisfy money award)] applies to any motion for an order declaring that a money award has been satisfied, or to determine the amount necessary to satisfy a money award, filed with a court on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (11) Sections 29 [18.252 (Execution)] and 30 [18.255 (Enforcement of judgment by circuit court for county where debtor resides)] of this 2003 Act apply to execution on any judgment, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (12) Sections 31 [18.265 (Debtor examination)] and 32 [18.268 (Conduct of debtor examination)] of this 2003 Act apply to any motion for a debtor examination made on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (13) Section 33 of this 2003 Act [18.270 (Written interrogatories)] applies to any written interrogatories served on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act.

    (14) Sections 34 to 44 of this 2003 Act [18.465 to 18.476 and 18.492 to 18.518, both 2003 Edition] apply to any writ of execution issued on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act, without regard to whether the judgment was entered before, on or after the effective date of this 2003 Act. [2003 c.576 §45]

    Sec. 569. (1) Except as specifically provided by this 2003 Act, the deletions of statutory references to decrees and the substitutions of references to judgments that are made by the provisions of this 2003 Act do not affect the determination as to whether a person has a right to a jury trial, the scope of review of the court's decision under ORS 19.250 (Contents of notice of appeal), or any other procedural or substantive aspect of the proceedings giving rise to the court's decision in an action.

    (2) Except as specifically provided by this 2003 Act, the elimination of statutory references to dockets by this 2003 Act does not affect the validity, lien effect or enforceability of any judgment docketed before the effective date of this 2003 Act [January 1, 2004]. [2003 c.576 §569(1),(2)]

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