2007 ORS § 809.130¹
Suspension or revocation of registration or driving privileges for unsettled judgment

(1) If a court notifies the Department of Transportation under this section that a judgment remains unsettled as described by ORS 809.470 (When judgment considered settled for purposes of suspension requirements), the department must initiate action to determine whether to suspend or revoke driving privileges under ORS 809.415 (Suspensions for conduct involving judgments, financial responsibility, dishonesty) or vehicle registration of the employer under ORS 809.020 (Response to court-ordered suspension). A court shall immediately give the department notice of an unsettled judgment under this section if:

(a) A judgment of the type described under ORS 806.040 (Judgments for which financial responsibility requirements established) is rendered against a person by a court of this state;

(b) The person fails within 60 days to settle the judgment in the manner required under ORS 809.470 (When judgment considered settled for purposes of suspension requirements); and

(c) The judgment creditor or the judgment creditor’s attorney makes a written request for forwarding to the department a certificate stating the judgment has not been settled as described in ORS 809.470 (When judgment considered settled for purposes of suspension requirements).

(2) A court that has given the department notice of an unsettled judgment under this section shall immediately forward to the department a certificate stating that the judgment is appropriately settled and describing the judgment and parties sufficiently for identification if:

(a) The judgment is settled in the manner required under ORS 809.470 (When judgment considered settled for purposes of suspension requirements); and

(b) The judgment debtor or the judgment debtor’s attorney makes a written request for forwarding to the department a certificate stating the judgment has been settled as described in ORS 809.470 (When judgment considered settled for purposes of suspension requirements).

(3) The notice made to the department under this section shall be given by the clerk of the court or, if the court has no clerk, by the judge. [1983 c.338 §391; 1985 c.16 §208; 2003 c.402 §21]