Oregon Statutes - Chapter 19 - Appeals - Section 19.305 - Qualifications of sureties; objections.

(1) Undertakings on appeal are subject to the provisions of ORS 22.020 to 22.070.

(2) A surety for an undertaking on appeal must be qualified as provided in ORCP 82. The amount of liability assumed by a surety or letter of credit issuer must be stated in the undertaking. The liability of a surety or letter of credit issuer is limited to the amount specified in the undertaking.

(3) Objections to the sufficiency of an undertaking on appeal, including the objections to the amount of the undertaking and to the sufficiency of the security for the undertaking, must be filed in and determined by the trial court in the manner provided by ORCP 82. Notwithstanding ORCP 82 F, objections to the undertaking must be filed within 14 days after the date on which a copy of the undertaking is served on the party who objects to the undertaking. [1997 c.71 §3]

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