Oregon Statutes - Chapter 12 - Limitations of Actions and Suits - Section 12.280 - Action based on practice of land surveying.

Notwithstanding ORS 12.135 (1) or any other statute of limitation, an action against a person for the practice of land surveying, as defined in ORS 672.005, to recover damages for injury to a person, property or to any interest in property, including damages for delay or economic loss, regardless of legal theory, arising out of the survey of real property must be commenced within two years after the date the injury or damage is first discovered or in the exercise of reasonable care should have been discovered. In no event may an action arising out of a survey be commenced more than 10 years after the date on which any map prepared by the land surveyor is filed under the provisions of ORS 209.250, or, if no map is filed, more than 10 years after the completion of work on the survey. [1995 c.310 §2]

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