Authority to abate nuisance
The Attorney General, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission or its administrators, or the district attorney of the county wherein a nuisance as defined in ORS 471.620 (Property and places as common nuisances) exists, or where it has existed but has temporarily ceased and there is good and sufficient cause to believe that it will be maintained in the future, may institute an action in the circuit court for such county in the name of the state to abate, and to temporarily and permanently enjoin, such nuisance. The court has the right to make temporary and final orders as in other injunction proceedings. The plaintiff shall not be required to give bond in such action. [Amended by 1979 c.284 §155]
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