Oregon Statutes - Chapter 432 - Vital Statistics - Section 432.408 - Record of dissolution of marriage judgment; rules.

(1) A record of each dissolution of marriage judgment by any court in this state shall be filed by the clerk of the court with the Center for Health Statistics and shall be registered if it has been completed and filed in accordance with this section. The record shall be prepared by the petitioner or a legal representative of the petitioner in the form prescribed or furnished by the State Registrar of the Center for Health Statistics and shall be presented to the clerk of the court with the petition. In all cases the completed record shall be prerequisite to the entry of the judgment. The state registrar shall design the record so that, for judgments or orders issued in proceedings under ORS 107.085 or 107.485, the state registrar, county clerks, county recording officers and state courts may keep Social Security numbers confidential and exempt from public inspection.

(2) The clerk of the court shall complete and forward to the Center for Health Statistics on or before the 10th day of each calendar month the records of each dissolution of marriage judgment granted during the preceding calendar month. The clerk shall comply with procedures established under ORS 107.840 to ensure that, in the records completed and forwarded under this subsection, the Social Security numbers of parties to a proceeding under ORS 107.085 or 107.485 are kept confidential and exempt from public inspection.

(3) A dissolution of marriage record not filed within the time prescribed by subsection (2) of this section may be registered in accordance with rules adopted by the state registrar. [1997 c.783 §37; 2003 c.380 §9; 2003 c.576 §456a]

Note: The amendments to 432.408 by section 19, chapter 99, Oregon Laws 2007, are the subject of a referendum petition that may be filed with the Secretary of State not later than September 26, 2007. If the referendum petition is filed with the required number of signatures of electors, chapter 99, Oregon Laws 2007, will be submitted to the people for their approval or rejection at the regular general election held on November 4, 2008. If approved by the people at the general election, chapter 99, Oregon Laws 2007, takes effect December 4, 2008. If the referendum petition is not filed with the Secretary of State or does not contain the required number of signatures of electors, the amendments to 432.408 by section 19, chapter 99, Oregon Laws 2007, take effect January 1, 2008. 432.408, as amended by section 19, chapter 99, Oregon Laws 2007, is set forth for the userís convenience.

432.408. (1) A record of each dissolution of marriage judgment or dissolution of domestic partnership judgment by any court in this state shall be filed by the clerk of the court with the Center for Health Statistics and shall be registered if it has been completed and filed in accordance with this section. The record shall be prepared by the petitioner or a legal representative of the petitioner in the form prescribed or furnished by the State Registrar of the Center for Health Statistics and shall be presented to the clerk of the court with the petition. In all cases the completed record shall be prerequisite to the entry of the judgment. The state registrar shall design the record so that, for judgments or orders issued in proceedings under ORS 107.085 or 107.485, the state registrar, county clerks, county recording officers and state courts may keep Social Security numbers confidential and exempt from public inspection.

(2) The clerk of the court shall complete and forward to the Center for Health Statistics on or before the 10th day of each calendar month the records of each dissolution of marriage judgment or dissolution of domestic partnership judgment granted during the preceding calendar month. The clerk shall comply with procedures established under ORS 107.840 to ensure that, in the records completed and forwarded under this subsection, the Social Security numbers of parties to a proceeding under ORS 107.085 or 107.485 are kept confidential and exempt from public inspection.

(3) A dissolution of marriage record or dissolution of domestic partnership record not filed within the time prescribed by subsection (2) of this section may be registered in accordance with rules adopted by the state registrar.

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