(1) Except as provided in subsections (2), (3) and (4) of this section, the repeal of a statute by this chapter does not affect:
(a) The operation of the statute or any action taken under the statute before the repeal;
(b) Any ratification, right, remedy, privilege, obligation or liability acquired, accrued or incurred under the statute before the repeal;
(c) Any violation of the statute, or any penalty, forfeiture or punishment incurred because of the violation, before the repeal; or
(d) Any proceeding, reorganization or dissolution commenced under the statute before the repeal. The proceeding, reorganization or dissolution may be completed in accordance with the statute as if the statute had not been repealed.
(2) The provisions of ORS 60.387 (Definitions for ORS 60.387 to 60.414) to 60.411 (Insurance) apply to all indemnification a corporation makes after June 15, 1987, and all other actions regarding indemnification taken by or on behalf of a corporation or by a court after June 15, 1987, including all indemnification made and other actions taken after June 15, 1987, with respect to claims that arose or matters that occurred before June 15, 1987, or pursuant to any provisions of any articles of incorporation, bylaws, resolutions or agreements in effect before June 15, 1987.
(3) If a penalty or punishment imposed for violation of a statute repealed by this chapter is reduced by this chapter, the penalty or punishment, if not already imposed, must be imposed in accordance with this chapter.
(4) This chapter applies to any amendment to a corporation’s articles of incorporation filed after June 15, 1987, even if shareholder approval of such amendment occurred before the effective date.
(5) If a provision of this chapter has the effect of modifying, limiting or superseding the federal Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, 15 U.S.C. 7001 et seq., the provision of this chapter controls to the maximum extent permitted under 15 U.S.C. 7002(a)(2). [1987 c.52 §178; 2017 c.55 §18]
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