2011 ORS § 86.740¹
Notice of sale to be given to certain persons

(1) Subsequent to recording notice of default as provided in ORS 86.735 (Foreclosure by advertisement and sale) and at least 120 days before the day the trustee conducts the sale, notice of the sale shall be served pursuant to ORCP 7 D(2) and 7 D(3) or mailed by both first class and certified mail with return receipt requested, to the last-known address of the following persons or their legal representatives, if any:

(a) The grantor in the trust deed.

(b) Any successor in interest to the grantor whose interest appears of record, or of whose interest the trustee or the beneficiary has actual notice.

(c) Any person, including the Department of Revenue or any other state agency, having a lien or interest subsequent to the trust deed if the lien or interest appears of record or the beneficiary has actual notice of the lien or interest.

(d) Any person requesting notice as provided in ORS 86.785 (Requests for copies of notice of default or notice of sale).

(2) A notice served by mail under subsection (1) of this section is effective when the notice is mailed.

(3)(a) The disability, insanity or death of any person to whom notice of sale must be given under this section does not delay or impair in any way the trustees right under a trust deed to foreclose under the deed. If the disability, insanity or death occurs prior to the recording of notice of default, the notice shall be given instead to the guardian, the conservator of the estate of the person or the administrator or personal representative of the person, as the case may be, in the manner and by the time set forth in this section.

(b) If the disability, insanity or death of any person to whom notice of sale must be given under this section occurs on or after the recording of notice of default, the trustee shall, if and when the trustee has knowledge of the disability, insanity or death, promptly give the guardian, conservator of the estate or the administrator or personal representative, as the case may be, the notice provided in ORS 86.745 (Contents of notice of sale). This notice shall be given by first class and certified mail with return receipt requested, to the last-known address of the guardian, conservator or administrator or personal representative.

(c) In the event there is no administrator or personal representative of the estate of the person to whom notice of sale must be given under this section, the notice may be given instead to the heirs at law or devisees of the deceased person in the manner and by the time set forth in this section.

(4) If the owner of real property subject to foreclosure dies and the real property is also subject to a transfer on death deed, as provided by ORS 93.948 (URPTDA 1. Short title) to 93.979 (Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act), notice of sale must be given under this section to the beneficiary designated under the transfer on death deed. [1959 c.625 §6; 1961 c.616 §3; 1965 c.457 §3; 1973 c.823 §95; 1979 c.879 §2; 1983 c.719 §4; 1989 c.190 §3; 2005 c.129 §1; 2011 c.212 §22]