2013 ORS § 545.639¹
Nature of proceeding
  • appeal
  • nonprejudicial errors
  • costs

The procedure in the circuit court under ORS 545.629 (Declaration of intent to dispose of bonds) to 545.637 (Hearing on petition) shall be in the nature of an equitable proceeding in rem. Any holder of evidences of indebtedness affected by any court procedure under ORS 545.629 (Declaration of intent to dispose of bonds), 545.631 (Consent of creditors to refunding of indebtedness), 545.633 (Obtaining constructive consent of unknown or dissenting creditors), 545.635 (Notice of court proceeding to obtain constructive consent) and 545.637 (Hearing on petition), or any other interested party, may appeal to the Court of Appeals at any time within 30 days after the entry of the judgment of the circuit court. The appeal must be heard and determined within three months from the time of taking the appeal. The court, in inquiring into the regularity, legality or correctness of the proceedings, shall disregard any error, irregularity or omission that does not affect the substantial rights of the parties and may approve the proceedings in part and disapprove the remainder. The costs of the proceedings may be allowed and apportioned between the parties in the discretion of the court. [Formerly 545.288; 2003 c.576 §502]