Upon proof by a preponderance of evidence that a mail agent has failed to satisfy any of the mail agent’s duties set forth in ORS 646A.342 (Prohibited conduct), the mail agent shall be liable for actual damages caused to any person who sent United States mail or materials received from or delivered by a private express carrier addressed to a fictitious person at any tenant’s mailbox and who is damaged because the person who sent the United States mail or materials received from or delivered by a private express carrier is unable to identify the tenant. A mail agent’s liability under this section shall not exceed $1,000 per occurrence. [Formerly 646.235]
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