Use of Common School Fund moneys to comply with judgment canceling fraudulent deed
(1) Where the judgment in a suit instituted by the State of Oregon to cancel and set aside any deed of lands from the State of Oregon alleged to have been procured by fraud and in violation of law grants relief to the State of Oregon which is conditioned on the payment of money, the Department of State Lands may pay from the Common School Fund the sum necessary to comply with the conditions of the judgment.
(2) This section shall not be considered as a legislative interpretation relieving the defendants in such suit from applying to the legislature for repayment of the purchase price of such land, or that the State of Oregon is not entitled to an accounting from the purchaser, the assignee, or successor in interest, for school or other lands obtained in violation of law, or that the State of Oregon must repay the purchase price of such lands, with or without interest as a condition of obtaining relief. This section is intended to prevent the loss to the State of Oregon of lands obtained in violation of law, where the court imposes as a condition for granting relief the payment of money. [Amended by 1965 c.100 §37; 2003 c.576 §433]
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