Person entitled to written notice of sale
(1) A judgment creditor must list in the instructions required by ORS 18.875 (Instructions to sheriff) the names and addresses of all persons entitled to written notice of the execution sale. For each person listed, the list must include the address last known to the judgment creditor. For all execution sales, the list must include:
(a) The name of the judgment debtor; and
(b) The name of any attorney for a judgment debtor reflected in the judgment document.
(2) If real property is to be sold in the execution sale, the list prepared by the judgment creditor under this section must include the name of each person with one of the following interests in the real property, determined as of a date that is identified by the judgment creditor and that is not more than 10 days before the request for issuance of the writ of execution was filed:
(a) Any person who has a lien of record against the property that attached to the property after the judgment lien attached and before the determination date identified by the judgment creditor.
(b) Any person who has an interest in the property that was acquired from the debtor or any successor to the debtor, and that was recorded after the judgment lien attached and before the determination date identified by the judgment creditor.
(3) Subsection (2) of this section does not apply to a writ of execution requiring the sale of specific real property identified in a judgment of foreclosure or any other judgment directing the sale of specific real property. If a writ of execution is issued pursuant to a judgment in an in rem proceeding, a judgment of foreclosure or another judgment directing the sale of the specific real property, the list prepared by the judgment creditor under this section must contain the names and last known addresses of the persons who were parties to the action at the time of judgment in lieu of the names required under subsection (2) of this section.
(4) Failure to include the name of a person required to be listed under this section does not affect the validity of an execution sale or in any way give that person any right to challenge the sale of the property. By submitting the instructions to the sheriff, a judgment creditor certifies that the list of persons reflected in the instructions complies with this section, and the failure to include the name of any person as required by this section is subject to sanction under ORCP 17. [2005 c.542 §20]
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