Oregon Tax Court
- • creation
- • jurisdiction
As part of the judicial branch of state government, there is created a court of justice to be known as the Oregon Tax Court. The tax court, in cases within its jurisdiction pursuant to ORS 305.410 (Authority of court in tax cases within its jurisdiction):
(1) Is a court of record and of general jurisdiction, not limited, special or inferior jurisdiction.
(2) Has the same powers as a circuit court.
(3) Has and may exercise all ordinary and extraordinary legal, equitable and provisional remedies available in the circuit courts, as well as such additional remedies as may be assigned to it. [1961 c.533 §1; 1965 c.6 §1]
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