Petition for expedited hearing
(1) A person, other than the defendant, claiming an interest in property seized under ORS 131.550 (Definitions for ORS 131.550 to 131.600) to 131.600 (Records and reports) may file a petition for an expedited hearing within 15 days after notice of seizure for criminal forfeiture or within such further time as the court may allow for good cause shown.
(2) A petition for an expedited hearing must contain a claim if no claim has previously been filed. The petition must reflect whether the petitioner seeks one or more of the following:
(a) A determination at the hearing that the petitioner is a bona fide purchaser for value and did not acquiesce in the prohibited conduct.
(b) An order restoring custody of seized property to the petitioner during the pendency of the proceedings if the court finds, by a preponderance of the evidence, that it is probable that the property will remain available for forfeiture at the completion of the proceedings and that there is a reasonable possibility that the petitioner will ultimately prevail in the proceeding.
(c) Appointment of a receiver.
(3) A person filing a petition under this section shall serve a copy of the petition on all persons known to have an interest. Service must be accomplished as provided in ORCP 7 D. Service by publication is not required prior to an expedited hearing.
(4) The court shall hold a hearing within 15 days after service of all persons known to have an interest or at such later time as the court may allow for good cause shown. The hearing is limited to:
(a) Deciding whether the petitioner can prove that the petitioner is a bona fide purchaser for value and did not acquiesce in the prohibited conduct;
(b) Determining whether an order should be entered directing the return of the seized property to the claimant during the pendency of the hearing; and
(c) Determining whether an order should be entered directing the appointment of a receiver to manage property seized pursuant to ORS 131.550 (Definitions for ORS 131.550 to 131.600) to 131.600 (Records and reports) pending a final determination as to the disposition of the property, if the petitioner or the seizing agency requests that order.
(5) The parties to a proceeding under ORS 131.582 (Prosecution of criminal forfeiture) may at any time stipulate to the entry of an order restoring custody of seized property to a petitioner who claims an interest in the property. The order must comply with the requirements of ORS 131.576 (Order restoring custody of property after expedited hearing) (1). [2005 c.830 §9]
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