2007 ORS § 30.665¹
Applicability

(1) Except as provided in this section, ORS 30.655 (Definitions for ORS 30.655 to 30.665) to 30.665 (Applicability) apply to any action in which a claimant seeks recovery of damages for harm caused by a computer date failure, regardless of the legal theory or statute on which the action is based, including an action based in tort, contract or breach of an express or implied warranty. ORS 30.655 (Definitions for ORS 30.655 to 30.665) to 30.665 (Applicability) also apply to any action based on an alleged failure to properly detect, disclose, prevent, report or remedy a computer date failure.

(2) ORS 30.655 (Definitions for ORS 30.655 to 30.665) to 30.665 (Applicability) do not apply to any action to collect workers’ compensation benefits under the workers’ compensation laws of this state.

(3) ORS 30.655 (Definitions for ORS 30.655 to 30.665) to 30.665 (Applicability) do not create any duty or any cause of action.

(4) ORS 30.655 (Definitions for ORS 30.655 to 30.665) to 30.665 (Applicability) shall not be construed to limit or restrict the right of parties to enter into written agreements on the issues of liability and damages for a computer date failure. ORS 30.655 (Definitions for ORS 30.655 to 30.665) to 30.665 (Applicability) do not limit the right of parties to recover damages in accordance with the terms of written agreements.

(5) ORS 30.655 (Definitions for ORS 30.655 to 30.665) to 30.665 (Applicability) do not affect the rights or obligations of parties under a contract of insurance. [1999 c.810 §9]