2011 ORS § 658.416¹
Reduction of bond or deposit
  • conditions

If the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries finds that an applicant has operated as an Oregon licensed farm labor contractor without an employee indorsement for at least two years in compliance with ORS 658.405 (Definitions for ORS 658.405 to 658.503) to 658.503 (Service of process when contractor unavailable) and with any other laws pertaining to the conduct of farm labor contractors, and that no valid claims for unpaid wages have been made against the applicant, then the commissioner may reduce the amount of the bond or deposit that would otherwise be required pursuant to ORS 658.415 (Application for license) (3) to an amount determined by the commissioner, but in no event less than the following:

(1) If the commissioner finds that the contractor has so operated for a period of at least five years, $20,000;

(2) If the commissioner finds that the contractor has so operated for at least four years, $22,500;

(3) If the commissioner finds that the contractor has so operated for at least three years, $25,000; or

(4) If the commissioner finds that the contractor has so operated for at least two years, $27,500. [1995 c.73 §4]