Cooperation with other states on reciprocal basis for collection of contributions
(1) The courts of the State of Oregon shall recognize and enforce the liability for unemployment insurance contributions imposed by other states which extend a like comity to this state, and officials of such other states may initiate civil proceedings in the courts of this state to enforce the collection of such contributions. The certificate of the Secretary of State of such other states that such officials have the authority to collect the contributions is conclusive evidence of such authority.
(2) The Attorney General is empowered to initiate and prosecute civil proceedings in the courts of other states by and in the name of the Director of the Employment Department to enforce the liability for unemployment insurance contributions imposed by the State of Oregon, and may also initiate and prosecute civil proceedings in this state as agent for and on behalf of any other state to enforce liability for unemployment insurance contributions due such state if the state extends a like comity to the State of Oregon. The compensation for the services of the Attorney General rendered on behalf of other states under this section shall be paid from moneys appropriated to the Employment Department for administrative expenditures. The compensation for similar officers of other states for services rendered on behalf of this state under this section shall be paid by such other state. However, all other expenses of civil proceedings under this section shall be paid by the state, officer or agency thereof at whose request such proceedings were initiated.
(3) The Attorney General, with the approval of the director, may employ a special assistant under ORS 180.140 (Other assistants) (5) to initiate and prosecute civil proceedings in other states to enforce liability for unemployment contributions imposed by the State of Oregon and nothing in this section shall be deemed to prevent the officials of other states from employing any member of the Oregon State Bar to initiate and prosecute civil proceedings in this state to enforce liability for unemployment insurance imposed by such other states.
(4) As used in this section, “contributions” includes interest and penalties imposed pursuant to an unemployment insurance statute. [1963 c.453 §2; 1983 c.740 §247]
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