Power to issue warrants for collection of debt owed Bureau of Labor and Industries
(1) If, upon entry of judgment and expiration of any time period for timely filing of notice of appeal, an amount due to the Bureau of Labor and Industries is not paid within 30 days of the date payment becomes due, and no provision has been made to secure the payment, the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor and Industries may issue a warrant. The warrant may be filed with the county clerk of any county in this state and recorded in the County Clerk Lien Record of the county in which it is filed. The amount of the warrant issued under this section must include the principal amount of the debt, any added interest accumulated pursuant to ORS 82.010 (Legal rate of interest) or other applicable law and any costs associated with the recording, indexing and serving of the warrant and any satisfaction and release thereof. A copy of the warrant shall be mailed to the debtor by the bureau at the last known address of the debtor.
(2) After receiving the warrant, the county clerk shall enter the warrant in the County Clerk Lien Record in the manner described in ORS 205.125 (County Clerk Lien Record). The warrant shall have the effect described in this section and ORS 205.125 (County Clerk Lien Record) and 205.126 (Enforcement of order or warrant recorded in County Clerk Lien Record) and may be enforced as provided in ORS 18.854 (Notices of garnishment generally), 205.125 (County Clerk Lien Record) and 205.126 (Enforcement of order or warrant recorded in County Clerk Lien Record). [2015 c.294 §1]
Note: 651.065 (Power to issue warrants for collection of debt owed Bureau of Labor and Industries) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 651 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
ADMINISTRATION OF LABOR LAWS GENERALLY; FUNDS AND EXPENDITURES
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