(1) Upon commencement of any action in which the bar is a plaintiff, the bar shall mail a copy of the complaint by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, to the Attorney General and shall file proof of such mailing with the court.
(2) When the bar is served with summons and complaint in an action in which the bar is named as a defendant, the bar shall give notice to the Attorney General by mailing a copy of the summons and complaint to the Attorney General by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, within five working days of the date of service on the bar.
(3) The notice provisions of subsections (1) and (2) of this section shall not apply to matters involving admission of any applicant to the bar, discipline or reinstatement of a member of the bar or claims made against a member of the bar for which the professional liability fund of the bar may be obligated to pay money damages under ORS 9.080 (2). [1985 c.446 §3]Section: Previous 9.537 9.539 9.540 9.541 9.542 9.545 9.550 9.555 9.560 9.565 9.568 9.570 9.572 9.574 9.576 Next
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