Foreclosure by advertisement and sale
(1) The trust deed, any assignments of the trust deed by the trustee or the beneficiary and any appointment of a successor trustee are recorded in the mortgage records in the counties in which the property described in the deed is situated;
(2) There is a default by the grantor or other person that owes an obligation, the performance of which is secured by the trust deed, or by the grantor’s or other person’s successors in interest with respect to a provision in the deed that authorizes sale in the event of default of the provision;
(3) The trustee or beneficiary has filed for recording in the county clerk’s office in each county in which the trust property, or some part of the trust property, is situated, a notice of default containing the information required by ORS 86.771 (Contents of notice of sale) and containing the trustee’s or beneficiary’s election to sell the property to satisfy the obligation;
(4) The beneficiary has filed for recording in the official records of the county or counties in which the property that is subject to the residential trust deed is located:
(a) A certificate of compliance that a service provider issued to the beneficiary under ORS 86.736 (Certificate of compliance) that is valid and unexpired at the time the notice of default is recorded;
(b) A copy of the affidavit with which the beneficiary claimed, under ORS 86.726 (Resolution conference for foreclosure) (1)(b), an exemption that has not expired; or
(c) A signed affidavit from the Director of Veterans’ Affairs that states that the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, in the department’s capacity as a beneficiary of loans made under ORS 407.125 (Loans to qualified person), is exempt from the requirement under ORS 86.726 (Resolution conference for foreclosure) to request or participate in a resolution conference with a grantor;
(5) The beneficiary has complied with the provisions of ORS 86.748 (Determination of ineligibility for foreclosure avoidance measure);
(6) The grantor has not complied with the terms of any foreclosure avoidance measure upon which the beneficiary and the grantor have agreed; and
(7) An action has not been commenced to recover the debt or any part of the debt then remaining secured by the trust deed, or, if an action has been commenced, the action has been dismissed, except that:
(a) Subject to ORS 86.010 (Nature of mortgagee’s interest) and the procedural requirements of ORCP 79 and 80 and the Oregon Receivership Code, as applicable, an action may be commenced to appoint a receiver or to obtain a temporary restraining order during foreclosure of a trust deed by advertisement and sale, except that a receiver may not be appointed with respect to a single-family residence that the grantor, the grantor’s spouse or the grantor’s minor or dependent child occupies as a principal residence.
(b) An action may be commenced to foreclose, judicially or nonjudicially, the same trust deed as to any other property covered by the trust deed, or any other trust deeds, mortgages, security agreements or other consensual or nonconsensual security interests or liens that secure repayment of the debt. [Formerly 86.735; 2017 c.236 §1; 2017 c.358 §48]
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