Application of ORS 100.250 to 100.280
(1) Subject to ORS 100.550 (Service of process) (3), ORS 100.250 (Documents required to be filed with Real Estate Agency) to 100.280 (Termination of filing Condominium Information Report), including the filing of a Condominium Information Report described in ORS 100.260 (Condominium Information and Annual Reports) (1), apply to property submitted to the provisions of this chapter before October 3, 1989, if:
(a) The board of directors of the association receives a written request to comply with such sections from at least one unit owner or holder of a first mortgage or deed of trust on a unit;
(b) The board of directors of the association adopts a resolution to comply with such sections in accordance with the bylaws;
(c) The association is a party to a suit or action, the person designated in the declaration under ORS 100.105 (Contents of declaration) (1)(L), the chairperson or secretary receives written notice to comply with such sections from any other party to such suit or action. A copy of the notice shall be delivered to the Real Estate Agency. The Real Estate Agency shall provide a copy of the filed report to the requesting party and may charge the association a fee for cost of such action. If the association fails to deliver for filing such report, the provisions of ORS 100.265 (Annual Report) (3) shall apply; or
(d) A filing is required to comply with the requirements of ORS 100.120 (Supplemental declaration and plat required to annex additional property or reclassify variable property), 100.135 (Amendments to declaration) or 100.450 (Association lien against individual unit).
(2) The Condominium Information Report required under subsection (1) of this section shall be executed by the chairperson or secretary of the association and the designated agent. [1989 c.595 §42; 1995 c.31 §8; 2001 c.756 §60; 2007 c.410 §18]
Note: See note under 100.250 (Documents required to be filed with Real Estate Agency).
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