Claims on debts reduced to judgments
If a judgment was entered on a claim prior to the death of the decedent but was not a lien against property of the estate on the date of the decedent’s death, the claim shall be presented in the same manner as if no judgment had been entered, and a copy of the judgment shall be attached to the claim. A claim for which a judgment was entered prior to the death of the decedent may be disallowed only if the judgment was void or voidable, or if the judgment could have been set aside on the date of the decedent’s death, or if the claim is not presented within the time required by ORS 115.005 (Presentation of claims). If the judgment was a lien against property of the estate on the date of the decedent’s death it shall be treated as a claim on a debt due for which the creditor holds security under ORS 115.065 (Claims on secured debts due). In all other respects a claim that has been reduced to judgment shall have the same priority under ORS 115.125 (Order of payment of expenses and claims) as the claim would have had were it not reduced to judgment. [1989 c.229 §11; 2017 c.169 §29]
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