Any surety bond furnished to the Real Estate Commissioner under ORS 94.890 (Lien payment trust) must be in an amount which is not less than 110 percent of the remaining principal balance of every indebtedness secured by a blanket encumbrance affecting the timeshare property. The surety bond must be issued by a surety authorized to do business in Oregon and having sufficient net worth to be acceptable to the commissioner. The bond shall provide for payment, up to the limit of the bond, of all amounts secured by the blanket encumbrance, including costs, expenses and legal fees of the lienholder, if for any reason the blanket encumbrance is enforced. The obligee of the surety bond shall be the commissioner on behalf of the timeshare owners. The bond may be reduced periodically in proportion to the reduction of the remaining principal balance of the indebtedness secured by the blanket encumbrances. Upon being furnished with a surety bond satisfying the foregoing requirements, the developer shall prepare and the commissioner shall execute and acknowledge a document in recordable form accepting the surety bond and identifying the timeshare property to which it applies. [1983 c.530 §35]
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