Enforcement of certain orders and judgments
A court may enforce an order or judgment directing a party to perform a specific act by punishing the party refusing or neglecting to comply with the order or judgment, as for a contempt as provided in ORS 33.015 (Definitions for ORS 33.015 to 33.155) to 33.155 (Applicability). [2001 c.622 §35]
Note: Sections 1 to 3, chapter 106, Oregon Laws 2014, provide:
Sec. 1. Section 2 of this 2014 Act is added to and made a part of ORS 419B.800 (Applicability of ORS 419B.800 to 419B.929) to 419B.929 (Enforcement of certain orders and judgments). [2014 c.106 §1] Sec. 2. Appearance by Department of Human Services without Attorney General. Notwithstanding the provisions of ORS 9.320 (Necessity for employment of attorney), 180.060 (Powers and duties of Attorney General) and 180.220 (Powers and duties), and subject to ORS 9.160 (Bar membership required to practice law), in a proceeding under this chapter [ORS chapter 419B], the Department of Human Services may appear without the Attorney General at:
(1) Any hearing held after the hearing required under ORS 419B.305 (When hearing must be held) has been held; and
(2) Any proceeding where the district attorney represents the state, provided the positions of the department and the state are not in conflict with respect to issues raised for consideration or determination in the proceeding. [2014 c.106 §2]
Sec. 3. Section 2, chapter 106, Oregon Laws 2014, is repealed on June 30, 2020. [2014 c.106 §3; 2015 c.776 §1; 2017 c.725 §5]
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