Opinion of bond attorney or Attorney General
- • investment counseling and mortgage services
(1) In the acquisition or disposition of bonds with which approving legal opinions ordinarily are furnished, the investment officer may require an original or certified copy of the written opinion of a reputable bond attorney or attorneys, or the written opinion of the Attorney General, certifying to the legality of the bonds.
(2) The Oregon Investment Council may arrange for the furnishing to the investment officer of investment counseling services. The furnishing and acquisition of those services are not subject to the State Personnel Relations Law or ORS 279A.140 (State procurement of goods and services).
(3) The investment officer, with the approval of the council, may arrange for services with respect to mortgages in which moneys in the investment funds are invested. Those services shall be paid for out of the gross interest of the mortgages with respect to which the services are furnished, and the net interest of the mortgages after that payment shall be considered income of the investment funds. The furnishing and acquisition of those services are not subject to the State Personnel Relations Law or ORS 279A.140 (State procurement of goods and services). [1967 c.335 §11; 2003 c.794 §249]
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