Federal and State Laws
Oregon Statutes - Chapter 142 - Stolen Property
Officer’s custody of stolen property is subject to order of magistrate or court.
When property alleged to have been the subject of a theft comes into the custody of a peace officer, the peace officer shall hold it...
Delivery of stolen property to owner.
(1) On satisfactory proof of the title of the owner of the property, the magistrate who examines the charge against the person accused of the...
Rights and authority conferred by order of delivery.
The order provided for in ORS 142.020 entitles the owner or the agent of the owner to demand and receive the possession of the property...
Disposal of unclaimed money or property; sale of property.
If stolen property is not claimed by the owner within 60 days from the conviction of the person charged with the theft, the officer having...
Title of purchaser at sale.
A sale of property pursuant to ORS 142.040 conveys a good title to the purchaser as against any person.
Crediting and appropriating proceeds of sale paid into county treasury; rights of owner.
Money paid into the county treasury pursuant to ORS 142.040 shall be credited and appropriated as a fine imposed upon a person convicted of theft;...
Powers and duties of peace officers respecting theft and slaughter of animals and other property.
All persons serving as special officers for the enforcement of any state or municipal law hereby are vested with the full powers of peace officers...
[Amended by 1973 c.836 §77; renumbered 133.460]
[Amended by 1973 c.836 §78; renumbered 133.465]
[Amended by 1973 c.836 §79; renumbered 133.470]
[Amended by 1973 c.836 §80; renumbered 133.475]
[Amended by 1973 c.836 §76; renumbered 133.455]
[Repealed by 1973 c.836 §358]
Last modified: August 7, 2008