Bill of sale for personal property
(1) If a sheriff sells personal property at an execution sale, upon receipt of the purchase money the sheriff shall give a bill of sale to the purchaser for any intangible property or other property not in the possession of the sheriff. The sheriff shall deliver personal property in the possession of the sheriff to the purchaser, but shall give the purchaser a bill of sale for that property only if the purchaser requests it.
(2) If the sheriff has secured property in the manner provided by ORS 18.880 (Alternative procedure for levying on tangible personal property) and the judgment debtor refuses to make the property available to the purchaser, without further court order the sheriff shall use all reasonable force necessary to allow the purchaser to access the property at the place where the property was located when the sheriff secured the property. [2005 c.542 §30]
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