With the CRC dead (for now), you knew that it wouldn’t be long until another bridge proposal came up. With Clark County Commissioner David Madore leading the way, Clark County residents are being called on yet again to give an … Continue reading →
What documents is an owner entitled to request from an HOA? May the owner demand that copies be provided? Free of charge? That the HOA search its files for specific records? The answer differs between Oregon and Washington.
While Oregon and Washington statutes do not mandate the use of specific language or forms of deed when real property is bought and sold, each state does provide statutory forms, which if utilized, control what if any warranties (guarantees) are … Continue reading →
A new Oregon Statute (SB 46) will provide more protection to design professionals (persons registered to practice architecture, landscape architecture, and engineering) for work involving certain large commercial structures, by reducing the statute of ultimate repose for actions from 10 … Continue reading →
A new Oregon law, HB 3301, allows the installation and use of electric vehicle charging stations for personal non‐commercial use in homes in subdivisions and parking areas in condo’s, even if the subdivision/condo’s declaration or bylaws contain contrary provisions. Prior to … Continue reading →
The Oregon Legislature answered this question in its last session via Senate Bill 91 which allows landlords to require tenants to obtain and maintain renter’s liability insurance with limitations. One potential problem in the bill is a limitation that insurance may not … Continue reading →
As in Washington State (See Previous Post – My What Pretty Property You Have), adverse possession in Oregon requires that a claimant satisfy something of a standard test that the claimant and their predecessors in interest have maintained: (1) actual; … Continue reading →