Procedure for claims
- • disallowance
- • summary determination
(1) A claim against an estate with respect to which an affidavit is filed under ORS 114.515 (Value of estate) may be presented to the affiant within four months after the affidavit was filed. If an amended affidavit is filed under ORS 114.515 (Value of estate) (7), claims against the estate must be filed within four months after the filing of the amended affidavit. If a supplemental affidavit is filed under ORS 114.515 (Value of estate) (8), claims against the estate must be filed within four months after the filing of the supplemental affidavit. Each claim presented to the affiant must include the information required by ORS 115.025 (Form of claims).
(2) A claim presented to the affiant shall be considered allowed as presented unless within 60 days after the date of presentment of the claim the affiant mails or delivers a notice of disallowance of the claim in whole or in part to the claimant and any attorney for the claimant. A notice of disallowance of a claim shall inform the claimant that the claim has been disallowed in whole or in part and, to the extent disallowed, will be barred unless:
(a) The claimant proceeds as provided in subsection (3) of this section; or
(b) A personal representative is appointed within the time allowed under ORS 114.555 (Effect of failure to appoint personal representative).
(3) A creditor of the estate whose claim has been presented within the time permitted by subsection (1) of this section and disallowed by the affiant may within 30 days after the date of mailing or delivery of the notice of disallowance file with the probate court a petition for summary determination of the claim by the court. A creditor of the decedent whose claim is listed in the affidavit as disputed may within four months after the filing of the affidavit file with the probate court a petition for summary determination of the creditors claim by the court. The court shall hear the matter without a jury, after notice to the creditor and affiant, and any interested person may be heard in the proceeding. The claim may be proved as provided in ORS 115.195 (Proof for court allowance of disallowed claim) (2). Upon the hearing the court shall determine the claim in a summary manner and shall make an order allowing or disallowing the claim in whole or in part. If the court allows the claim in whole or in part, the order shall direct the affiant, to the extent of property of the estate allocable to the payment of the claim pursuant to ORS 115.125 (Order of payment of expenses and claims), or any claiming successor to whom payment, delivery or transfer has been made under ORS 114.505 (Definitions for ORS 114.505 to 114.560) to 114.560 (Exclusive remedy) as a person entitled thereto as disclosed in the affidavit, to the extent of the value of the property received, to pay to the creditor the amount so allowed. No appeal may be taken from the order of the court made upon the summary determination. [1989 c.228 §7; 2003 c.523 §3; 2005 c.122 §4]
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