Oregon Statutes - Chapter 312 - Foreclosure of Property Tax Liens - Section 312.400 - Giving notice to lienholder.

(1) Whenever the city treasurer posts or publishes notice of sale of any property described in the request made under ORS 312.390 for any delinquent city assessment or lien thereon, the city treasurer shall give notice of the proposed sale to the mortgagee or other lienholder who filed the request by registered mail or by certified mail with return receipt addressed to the mortgagee or other lienholder at the address given in the request.

(2) At the time the notice is mailed, the city treasurer shall note the fact of the mailing on the record of such assessment or lien in the possession of the city treasurer and shall make a certificate of the mailing and keep it on file in the office of the city treasurer. The certificate so filed is conclusive evidence that the notice was mailed.

(3) The notice shall be mailed not less than 21 days prior to the date fixed for the sale and shall be addressed to the mortgagee or other lienholder specified in the request.

(4) The notice shall contain:

(a) The name of the owner or reputed owner of the property.

(b) The description of the property.

(c) The date fixed for the sale.

(d) A description of the city assessment or lien and the amount unpaid thereon.

(e) The amount necessary to be paid to prevent the sale of the property. [Amended by 1991 c.249 §25; 2005 c.94 §71]

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