2013 ORS § 431.910¹
Prohibited conduct

(1) It is unlawful for any person to distribute or sell a toxic household product or cause a toxic household product to be distributed or sold in this state if it does not meet the requirements of ORS 431.870 (Definitions for ORS 431.870 to 431.915) to 431.915 (Civil penalty for violation of ORS 431.870 to 431.915).

(2) The prohibition contained in subsection (1) of this section does not apply to a person engaged in the business of wholesale or retail distribution of a toxic household product, unless the person is engaged in the manufacture of the product, or has knowledge that a toxic household product which the person is distributing or selling is in violation of ORS 431.870 (Definitions for ORS 431.870 to 431.915) to 431.915 (Civil penalty for violation of ORS 431.870 to 431.915).

(3) A distributor of a house brand shall not be considered a manufacturer for purposes of filing an application for an extension pursuant to section 6, chapter 915, Oregon Laws 1991, or for an exemption pursuant to section 7, chapter 915, Oregon Laws 1991. Nothing in this subsection is intended to exempt a distributor of a house brand from any other provisions of ORS 431.870 (Definitions for ORS 431.870 to 431.915) to 431.915 (Civil penalty for violation of ORS 431.870 to 431.915). [1991 c.915 §10]

Note: See first note under 431.885 (Toxic household products required to comply with aversive agent requirement).

Note: See note under 431.870 (Definitions for ORS 431.870 to 431.915).