Action by purchaser for failure of seller to install carbon monoxide alarm
A purchaser or transferee of a one and two family dwelling or multifamily housing who is aggrieved by a violation of ORS 105.838 (Carbon monoxide alarm in dwelling) or of a rule adopted under ORS 476.725 (Statewide standards for residential carbon monoxide alarms) may bring an individual action in an appropriate court to recover the greater of actual damages or $250 per residential unit. In any action brought under this section, the court may award to a prevailing party, in addition to the relief provided in this section, reasonable attorney fees at trial and on appeal, and costs. Actions brought under this section must be commenced within one year after the date of sale or transfer. [2009 c.591 §3]
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