2013 ORS § 192.465¹
Effect of failure of Attorney General, district attorney or elected official to take timely action on inspection petition

(1) The failure of the Attorney General or district attorney to issue an order under ORS 192.450 (Petition to review denial of right to inspect state public record) or 192.460 (Procedure to review denial of right to inspect other public records) denying, granting, or denying in part and granting in part a petition to require disclosure within seven days from the day of receipt of the petition shall be treated as an order denying the petition for the purpose of determining whether a person may institute proceedings for injunctive or declaratory relief under ORS 192.450 (Petition to review denial of right to inspect state public record) or 192.460 (Procedure to review denial of right to inspect other public records).

(2) The failure of an elected official to deny, grant, or deny in part and grant in part a request to inspect or receive a copy of a public record within seven days from the day of receipt of the request shall be treated as a denial of the request for the purpose of determining whether a person may institute proceedings for injunctive or declaratory relief under ORS 192.450 (Petition to review denial of right to inspect state public record) or 192.460 (Procedure to review denial of right to inspect other public records). [1975 c.308 §5]