Oregon Statutes - Chapter 125 - Protective Proceedings - Section 125.500 - Enforcement of claim against estate or protected person.

(1) An action upon a claim may not be brought until the claim is disallowed or until 60 days have elapsed from the date of its presentment without allowance of payment.

(2) A creditor of the protected person or the estate of the protected person whose claim is secured may not exercise remedies against the security until at least 30 days after the claim is presented and after notice to the conservator or the attorney of the conservator that the creditor intends to exercise remedies against the security. The court may shorten the period for cause.

(3) The conservator may convey the security to the secured creditor in full or partial satisfaction of the claim if the secured creditor agrees to accept the conveyance as full satisfaction or partial satisfaction of the debt. [1995 c.664 §54]

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