Transfer of proceeding under ORS 107.135 to auxiliary court
(1) Upon motion of a party to a proceeding under ORS 107.135 (Vacation or modification of judgment) (1) that is not otherwise covered under the provisions of ORS 25.100 (Designation of auxiliary court in county where party resides or property located) (1), based upon convenience of the parties, the court that entered the original judgment may enter an order designating an auxiliary court located where either party resides for the purpose of hearing the matter.
(2) Upon entry of an order designating an auxiliary court under this section:
(a) The clerk of the court in which the original order or judgment was entered shall notify the auxiliary court of the order designating the auxiliary court.
(b) The auxiliary court has jurisdiction the same as if it were the court that made and entered the original order or judgment.
(3) The only courts that have jurisdiction to modify any provision of the original order or judgment are:
(a) The court having original jurisdiction of the cause in which the order or judgment was entered; and
(b) An auxiliary court designated under this section.
(4) When an auxiliary court enters an order or judgment under this section, the clerk of the auxiliary court shall forward the order or judgment to the clerk of the court in which the original order or judgment was entered. The clerk of the court in which the original order or judgment was entered shall file the auxiliary court’s order or judgment in the original court file. [1993 c.548 §1; 2003 c.576 §125; 2017 c.252 §7]
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