Stay of decision being reviewed
- • criteria
- • undertaking
- • conditions
- • limitations
(1) Upon application of the petitioner, the board may grant a stay of a land use decision or limited land use decision under review if the petitioner demonstrates:
(a) A colorable claim of error in the land use decision or limited land use decision under review; and
(b) That the petitioner will suffer irreparable injury if the stay is not granted.
(2) If the board grants a stay of a quasi-judicial land use decision or limited land use decision approving a specific development of land, it shall require the petitioner requesting the stay to give an undertaking in the amount of $5,000. The undertaking shall be in addition to the filing fee and deposit for costs required under ORS 197.830 (Review procedures) (9). The board may impose other reasonable conditions such as requiring the petitioner to file all documents necessary to bring the matter to issue within specified reasonable periods of time.
(3) If the board affirms a quasi-judicial land use decision or limited land use decision for which a stay was granted under subsections (1) and (2) of this section, the board shall award reasonable attorney fees and actual damages resulting from the stay to the person who requested the land use decision or limited land use decision from the local government, special district or state agency, against the person requesting the stay in an amount not to exceed the amount of the undertaking.
(4) The board shall limit the effect of a stay of a legislative land use decision to the geographic area or to particular provisions of the legislative decision for which the petitioner has demonstrated a colorable claim of error and irreparable injury under subsection (1) of this section. The board may impose reasonable conditions on a stay of a legislative decision, such as the giving of a bond or other undertaking or a requirement that the petitioner file all documents necessary to bring the matter to issue within a specified reasonable time period. [1983 c.827 §34; 1989 c.761 §22; 1991 c.817 §28; 1999 c.621 §9]
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