Oregon Statutes - Chapter 199 - Local Government Boundary Commissions; City-County Consolidation; Local Regulation of Shopping Carts - Section 199.775 - Effect of city-county incorporation.

(1) When a city-county is incorporated, it shall:

(a) Succeed to all the property, contracts and rights of the consolidating cities and county; and

(b) Subject to whatever debt distribution plan the city-county charter prescribes, become liable for all the obligations of the consolidating cities and county.

(2) The officers of the consolidating cities and county shall forthwith deliver to the city-county officers the assets and records of the consolidating cities and county. Uncollected taxes theretofore levied by the consolidating cities and county shall become the property of the city-county upon collection.

(3) Immediately after the effective date of the county boundary changes effected under ORS 199.760, the officers of the city-county and of adjoining counties that the boundary changes affect shall transfer public records, buildings and property in accordance with ORS chapter 202.

(4) ORS 222.510 applies to any district mentioned in that section whenever the entire area of such a district is included within the boundaries of a city-county, as described under ORS 199.760, for either county or city functions. [1971 c.731 §15; 1973 c.745 §6]

(County Formation or Boundary Change After Consolidation)

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