Filing of inventory required
- • supplemental inventory
(1) Within 90 days after the date of appointment, unless a longer time is granted by the court, a conservator must file in the protective proceeding an inventory of all the property of the estate of the protected person that has come into the possession or knowledge of the conservator. The inventory must show the estimates by the conservator of the respective true cash values as of the date of the protective order. If the protected person has attained 14 years of age, a copy of the inventory must be served on the protected person personally or by mail.
(2) Whenever any property of the estate of the protected person not included in the inventory or any subsequent accounting and not derived from any asset included in a prior inventory or any subsequent accounting comes into the possession or knowledge of the conservator, the conservator must file a supplemental inventory in the protective proceeding. The supplemental inventory must be filed within 30 days after the date of receiving possession or knowledge of the property.
(3) If the estate of the protected person includes real property, the conservator must record in the deed records of the clerk of the county in which the real property is situated a certified copy of the inventory required by this section or an abstract in substantially the following form:
The protected person’s name is ______
Conservatorship Case # ____________
County where proceedings are pending ______________________
Conservator is ____________
Conservator’s address is ____________
Attorney’s name is ____________
Attorney’s address is ____________
The following real property is subject to proceedings: ________
STATE OF OREGON )
County of________ )
The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this ___ day of______, 2___, by____________.
Notary Public for Oregon
My commission expires: ____________
[1995 c.664 §48]
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