Master warrant procedure authorized if warrants would be not paid
Whenever the county fiscal officer audits and approves a claim and issues a warrant therefor and at the same time or subsequently ascertains that the county treasurer has not sufficient moneys in the particular fund of the county from which the claim so approved and allowed is payable and that the warrant as issued against that fund for the payment of the claim would be indorsed “Not Paid for Want of Funds,” the county fiscal officer may, with approval by resolution of the county court or the board of county commissioners, issue a master warrant to any person for the purpose of obtaining money to pay such claim. The money shall be obtained only in the manner provided in ORS 287A.486 (Procedure). [Formerly 287.484]
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