Treble damages and costs in actions arising out of research and animal interference and arising out of interference with livestock production
In any civil action arising out of conduct that would constitute a violation of ORS 167.312 (Research and animal interference) or 167.388 (Interference with livestock production), the court shall award treble the amount of damages caused to real or personal property by the violation. In addition, in any civil action arising out of conduct that would constitute a violation of ORS 167.312 (Research and animal interference), the court shall award the costs of repeating experiments, including but not limited to the costs of replacing records, data, equipment, specimens, labor and materials, if the conduct causes the failure of an experiment in progress or irreparable damage to completed research or experimentation. [2001 c.843 §1]
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