Attorney General investigative demand
(1) If it appears to the Attorney General that a person, including a person described in ORS 180.441 (Prohibited shipping) (1)(b), has possession, custody or control of any information, document or other material that is relevant to an investigation of a violation of ORS 180.400 (Legislative findings) to 180.455 (Revocation or suspension of distributor license) or 323.806 (Required actions by manufacturers), or that could lead to the discovery of relevant information in an investigation of a violation of ORS 180.400 (Legislative findings) to 180.455 (Revocation or suspension of distributor license) or 323.806 (Required actions by manufacturers), the Attorney General may execute an investigative demand and may cause an investigative demand to be served upon the person. The investigative demand may require the person:
(a) To appear and testify under oath at the time and place stated in the investigative demand;
(b) To answer written interrogatories; or
(c) To produce relevant documentary material or physical evidence for examination at the time and place stated in the investigative demand.
(2) An investigative demand under this section shall be served in the manner provided by ORS 646.622 (Method of serving investigative demand) and may be enforced in the manner provided by ORS 646.626 (Effect of failure to obey investigative demand).
(3) As used in this section, “person” does not include a participating manufacturer as defined in ORS 180.405 (Definitions). [2017 c.687 §12]
Note: 180.448 (Attorney General investigative demand) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 180 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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