Any time a court of this state is directed by a provision of Oregon Revised Statutes to accord priority on its docket for a particular action or proceeding, and the priority to be accorded is unclear in light of other provisions of Oregon Revised Statutes, the court may accord such priorities as are consistent with:
(1) Specific statutory time limits; and
(2) The court’s efficient administration of its caseload, giving due consideration to the interests sought to be furthered by according docket priorities to certain actions or proceedings before the court. [1989 c.322 §2]
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