Seizure of fighting birds
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(1) Pursuant to ORS 133.525 (Definitions for ORS 133.525 to 133.703) to 133.703 (Identity of informants), a judge may order the seizure of an alleged fighting bird owned, possessed or kept by any person.
(2) A judge ordering the seizure of an alleged fighting bird under subsection (1) of this section may order that the bird be impounded on the property of the owner, possessor or keeper of the bird. If a judge orders an alleged fighting bird impounded on the property of the owner, possessor or keeper of the bird, the court shall order the owner, possessor or keeper to provide all necessary care for the bird and to allow regular and continuing inspection of the bird by a person designated by the court, or the agent of a person designated by the court. The owner, possessor or keeper shall pay the costs of conducting the inspections. The court shall further order the owner, possessor or keeper not to sell or otherwise dispose of the bird unless the court authorizes the sale or disposition, or until the seized bird is forfeited pursuant to an order under ORS 167.435 (Forfeiture of rights in fighting birds or property) or restored to the person pursuant to an order under ORS 133.643 (Ground for motion for return or restoration of things seized). [2003 c.484 §4]
Note: See note under 167.426 (Definitions for ORS 167.426 to 167.439).
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