Following the recommendation of the Committee, the Executive Committee of the Real Estate and Land Use Section of the Oregon State Bar (“Executive Committee”) formally adopted the updated 2022 Oregon Model Opinion Report and the accompanying 2022 Oregon Model Opinion for use in Oregon secured real estate transactions on September 16, 2022. Continue reading
Oregon Real Estate Deskbook series is the winner of the 2016 ACLEA Award of Outstanding Achievement. It is a complete reorganization of the five previous real estate series books, combining chapters that covered the same topics from different angles. In addition, it includes updated chapters from Foreclosing Security Interests and 10 brand new chapters.
Trying to collect a judgment or enforce a lien? Having trouble locating the debtor or the debtor’s assets? Need to know what property is subject to execution? Creditors’ Rights and Remedies can help! This book contains the latest developments in debtor-creditor law and a wealth of practice tips to make you an efficient and effective lawyer. Since the prior update, substantial changes in this area of law have come about through changes from the legislature and the courts, and through the availability and growth of information technology. The 2016 revision completely updates the prior revision and supplement, and also includes several revised chapters from Foreclosing Security Interests. It focuses on Oregon case law and statutes, and presents explanations of federal law where applicable.
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The concept of consumer rights and remedies has developed into a unique area of legal endeavor and inquiry, encompassing issues and concepts that are distinct from those in bankruptcy and debtor-creditor relations. A growing number of attorneys now specialize in consumer law cases, and many other attorneys are realizing that consumer law issues can become relevant in a wide variety of practices.
The Oregon State Bar published Consumer Law in Oregon as a print publication in 2013. This handbook has continued to be a reference source for many attorneys confronted with consumer law issues. This handbook does not attempt to provide an in-depth analysis of all of the applicable consumer statutes and regulations. Rather, the goal is to provide enough information so that the reader can achieve a general understanding of any particular statute and determine if further research is warranted.
This resource is now available as individual chapter eBook downloads on the OSB online store. Continue reading