(1) A sheriff shall sell property under ORS 18.750 (Application of ORS 18.750 to 18.760) to 18.760 (Challenge to garnishment) in the same manner in which property is sold on execution. If the debtor owns only part of the property, the sheriff shall sell the interest of the debtor in the property. The date scheduled by the sheriff for the sale of the property must be:
(a) Within 20 days after notice is sent to the garnishee under ORS 18.755 (Request for sale) (4), if the garnishee is directed to continue to hold the property pending sale by the sheriff; or
(b) Within 20 days after the property is delivered to the sheriff, if the garnishee is directed to deliver the property to the sheriff under ORS 18.755 (Request for sale) (4).
(2) If the garnishor notifies the sheriff that property should be released to the debtor, the sheriff shall promptly release the property.
(3) If the garnishee continues to hold property of the debtor pending sale of the property under ORS 18.750 (Application of ORS 18.750 to 18.760) to 18.760 (Challenge to garnishment), within five days after the sale of property under this section the sheriff shall advise the garnishee in writing of the identity of the purchaser and that the purchaser is entitled to possession of the property or to possession of the debtor’s interest in the property. If the property is a debt owed to the debtor for which payment is not due or is subject to a bailment, lease or security interest that has not yet expired or been satisfied or released, the garnishee need not deliver the property to the purchaser until five days after payment is due, the bailment or lease has expired, or the indebtedness secured by the property is satisfied or the security interest is released. [2001 c.249 §48; 2007 c.255 §1]
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