Claim on contingent or unliquidated debt
(1) A claim on a contingent or unliquidated debt shall be presented under ORS 130.350 (Statute of limitations) to 130.450 (Consolidation of proceedings) in the same manner as other claims. If the debt becomes absolute or liquidated before distribution of the trust estate, the claim shall be paid in the same manner as a claim on an absolute or liquidated debt.
(2) If a contingent or unliquidated debt does not become absolute or liquidated before distribution of the trust estate, the trustee may provide for payment of the claim by any of the following methods:
(a) The creditor and trustee may determine, by agreement, arbitration or compromise, the value of the debt and the claim may be allowed and paid in the same manner as a claim on an absolute or liquidated debt.
(b) The trustee may distribute the trust estate, but retain sufficient funds to pay the claim if and when the debt becomes absolute or liquidated. Distribution of trust assets may not be delayed under this paragraph for more than two years after distribution would otherwise be required by the terms of the trust. If the debt does not become absolute or liquidated within that time, the funds retained, after payment therefrom of any expenses accruing during that time, shall be distributed to the beneficiaries.
(3) A court may order the trustee to make distribution of the trust estate as though the claim did not exist.
(4) If after distribution under subsection (2)(b) or (3) of this section the debt becomes absolute or liquidated, the beneficiaries are liable to the creditor to the extent of the trust estate received by them. Payment of the debt may be arranged by creating a trust, giving a mortgage, securing a bond from a distributee or by other method. [Formerly 128.278]
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