Oregon Statutes - Chapter 19 - Appeals - Section 19.355 - Stay of domestic relations judgment.

(1) The provisions of this chapter relating to stays on appeal apply to a domestic relations judgment.

(2) If an appellant seeks a stay of only specific provisions of a domestic relations judgment, the motion seeking the stay must identify those provisions of the judgment that are to be stayed. If the court allows a stay of only certain provisions of the judgment, the order of the court must specifically indicate those provisions. If a supersedeas undertaking is filed with the court for the purpose of staying specific provisions of the judgment, the undertaking must indicate the specific provisions of the judgment covered by the undertaking. A stay of any specific provision of a domestic relations judgment may be granted only if:

(a) The specific provision is subject to stay under the provisions of this chapter; and

(b) All requirements of this chapter for a stay of the provision are satisfied.

(3) For the purposes of this section, “domestic relations judgment” means a judgment entered in proceedings under ORS chapter 107, 108 or 109. [1997 c.71 §10; 2003 c.576 §282]

(Appellate Review of Trial Court Orders Relating to Undertakings and Stays)

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