Notice of entry of judgment in circuit court civil action
(1) Upon entering a judgment in a civil action, or entry of any corrected judgment under ORS 18.107 (Corrections to civil judgments), the court administrator shall mail the notice described in subsection (2) of this section to the attorneys of record for each party that is not in default for failure to appear. If a party does not have an attorney of record, and is not in default for failure to appear, the court administrator shall mail the notice to the party. The court administrator shall note in the register that the notice required by this section was mailed as required by this section.
(2) The notice required by this section must reflect:
(a) The date the judgment was entered.
(b) Whether the judgment was entered as a limited judgment, a general judgment or a supplemental judgment.
(c) Whether the court administrator noted in the register that the judgment contained a money award.
(d) Whether the court administrator noted in the register that the judgment creates a judgment lien.
(3) This section does not apply to justice courts, municipal courts or county courts performing judicial functions.
(4) This section does not apply to judgments in juvenile proceedings under ORS chapter 419A, 419B or 419C, civil commitment proceedings, probate proceedings, adoptions or guardianship or conservatorship proceedings under ORS chapter 125. [2003 c.576 §10; 2005 c.568 §16]
Note: Section 10a, chapter 576, Oregon Laws 2003, provides:
Sec. 10a. Notwithstanding any other provision of sections 1 to 44 of this 2003 Act [ORS chapter 18] or any other law, a court administrator need not mail notice of judgment in the form provided by section 10 of this 2003 Act [18.078 (Notice of entry of judgment in circuit court civil action)] and may continue to use the form of notice used by the court administrator before the effective date of this 2003 Act [January 1, 2004] until such time as funding is available to allow use of notices of judgments in the form provided by section 10 of this 2003 Act. [2003 c.576 §10a]
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