Attachment of liens
- • attachment to proceeds
(1) The liens created by ORS 87.216 (Nonpossessory lien for labor or material expended on chattel) to 87.232 (Fishing lien and fish worker’s lien) attach to the chattels described in those sections.
(2) The liens created by ORS 87.222 (Logger’s, woodworker’s and timberland owner’s lien) and 87.232 (Fishing lien and fish worker’s lien) shall also attach to the proceeds of the sale of the chattels subject to those liens if:
(a) Prior to the filing of the notice of claim of lien, the chattels or any part thereof are sold or delivered to an agent, broker, cooperative agency or other person to be sold or otherwise disposed of; and
(b) At the time the purchaser, agent, broker, cooperative agency or other person is notified of the filing of the claim of lien by delivery of a true copy thereof, the proceeds that were received or will be received from the sale or other disposal of the chattels have not been delivered to the owner of the chattels.
(3) When a lien created by ORS 87.222 (Logger’s, woodworker’s and timberland owner’s lien) to 87.232 (Fishing lien and fish worker’s lien) attaches to the proceeds of the sale of chattels under subsection (2) of this section, a purchaser, agent, broker, cooperative agency or other person shall not deliver the proceeds or that portion of the proceeds equal to the amount of the lien claim to the owner until:
(a) The time specified by ORS 87.266 (Duration of liens) during which a suit to foreclose the lien must be commenced elapses;
(b) A court orders the delivery of the proceeds; or
(c) A certificate is recorded under ORS 87.346 (Filing certificate of lien satisfaction upon payment of claim) declaring that the claim of lien is discharged. [1975 c.648 §20; 1981 c.674 §1; 1985 c.469 §3]
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