- • inspection advance payment
- • disposition of moneys
(1) The notice required under ORS 94.823 (Notice of intent to sell timeshares) shall be accompanied by a filing fee as follows:
(a) For a timeshare plan developed in a single phase, $500 plus $10 for each timeshare but in no case shall the fee exceed $3,000.
(b) For a timeshare plan developed in two or more phases, $500 plus $10 for each timeshare in the first phase, and $5 for each additional timeshare developed in a subsequent phase of the same development, but in no case shall the fee exceed $3,000 for each phase.
(2) For a material change notice submitted under ORS 94.828 (Public report on plan) (1), (2) and (4), the Real Estate Commissioner may charge a fee not to exceed $100 for each page of the public report that must be revised, but in no case shall the fee for a material change exceed $500.
(3) When an examination is to be made of timeshare property located in the State of Oregon, or timeshare property located outside Oregon that will be offered for sale to persons within Oregon, the commissioner, in addition to the filing fee provided in subsections (1) and (2) of this section, may require the developer to advance payment of an amount estimated by the commissioner to be the expense incurred in going to and returning from the timeshare property, and an amount estimated to be necessary to cover the additional expense of the examination not to exceed $200 a day for each day consumed in the examination of the timeshare property. The amounts estimated by the commissioner under this subsection shall be based upon any applicable limits established and regulated by the Oregon Department of Administrative Services under ORS 292.220 (Department to regulate subsistence and mileage allowances for travel).
(4) The moneys received under subsections (1) to (3) of this section shall be paid into the State Treasury and placed in the General Fund to the credit of the Real Estate Account established under ORS 696.490 (Real Estate Account). [1983 c.530 §§22,23,24]
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