Judgment declaring nuisance, authorizing abatement and creating and foreclosing lien
Upon the failure of the owner of the premises to comply with the order of the court requiring proper care of the premises or upon the failure of any of the defendants to appear and answer the complaint or upon the trial of the cause, if the court finds that the allegations of the complaint are supported by the evidence and that the summons has been served as provided in ORS 97.900 (Summons), the court may enter a judgment in accordance with the allegations of the complaint and the provisions of ORS 97.890 (Complaint) (1). [Amended by 2003 c.576 §360]
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