Notice of sale of personal property
(1) Before conducting an execution sale of personal property, a sheriff shall give written notice of the sale in the manner provided by this section. The notice must identify the property to be sold and the time and place of the sale.
(2) Before any execution sale of personal property, the sheriff shall:
(a) Mail copies of the notice of sale by first class mail and by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the judgment debtor at the address provided in the instructions to the sheriff; and
(b) Mail a copy of the notice of sale by first class mail to any attorney for the judgment debtor identified in the instructions at the address provided in the instructions to the sheriff.
(3) The notices required by subsection (2) of this section must be mailed not less than 10 days before an execution sale is conducted.
(4) The sheriff shall post a notice of the sale in three public places in the county in which the sale is to take place. The notice must be posted not more than 20 days before the date of sale identified in the notice of sale and not less than 10 days before that date.
(5) In lieu of posting notice under subsection (4) of this section, a sheriff shall give notice of an execution sale by Internet posting if the judgment creditor requests that posting in the instructions given to the sheriff under ORS 18.875 (Instructions to sheriff) and a website has been established under ORS 18.926 (Legal notices website) for the purpose of giving legal notices under ORS 18.860 (Function of writ) to 18.993 (Effect of ORS 18.860 to 18.993 on court’s ability to direct seizure). Subject to ORS 18.926 (Legal notices website) (3), the notice must be posted on the Internet not less than 10 days before the date identified in the notice of sale and remain posted until that date. [2005 c.542 §21; 2009 c.835 §5]
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