Disposition of proceeds of foreclosure sale
(1) The proceeds of a sale to foreclose a lien created by ORS 87.216 (Nonpossessory lien for labor or material expended on chattel) to 87.232 (Fishing lien and fish worker’s lien) shall first be applied to the payment of the expenses incurred by the sheriff in obtaining possession of the chattel and advertising and conducting the foreclosure sale, and secondly to the discharge of the lien.
(2) After the payment of expenses and the discharge of the lien, any amount remaining shall be paid by the sheriff to the treasurer of the county in which the foreclosure sale is held. The remainder shall be accompanied by a statement of the lien claim and the sheriff’s costs in foreclosing the lien, a copy of the published or posted notice and a statement of the amount received for the chattel sold at the sale. The county treasurer shall credit the remainder to the general revenue fund of the county, subject to the right of the lien debtor, or the representative of the lien debtor, to reclaim the remainder at any time within three years of the date of deposit with the treasurer. If the remainder is not demanded and claimed within such period, it shall become the property of the county. [1975 c.648 §35]
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