2013 ORS § 56.035¹
Documents filed with Secretary of State
  • verification

(1) If a document is required by law to be verified before being submitted for filing with the Secretary of State, the document must include or be accompanied by a written declaration that the person who executes the document prepares under penalties of perjury to the effect that the person has examined the document and to the best of the persons knowledge and belief the document is true, correct and complete. An acknowledgment before a notary public or other officer is not required.

(2) The Secretary of State, before filing a document that a person submits for filing, may verify that the principal office address or the registered office address listed in the document is a physical street address and not a commercial mail receiving agency. [1971 c.200 §2; 2013 c.158 §17]