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Oregon Bulletin

February 1, 2011

 

Department of Transportation,
Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division
Chapter 735

Rule Caption: Specifies Procedures and Requirement for the Collection and Transfer of County and District Registration Fees.

Adm. Order No.: DMV 22-2010

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-22-2010

Certified to be Effective: 12-22-10

Notice Publication Date: 11-1-2010

Rules Adopted: 735-032-0065

Subject: This rulemaking implements legislation enacted by the 2009 Legislative Assembly. In pertinent part, ORS 801.040, 801.041, 801.042, 802.110, and 803.445 authorize Oregon counties and districts to impose vehicle registration fees that are in addition to state vehicle registration fees. ORS 803.445 requires DMV to implement these statutes by administrative rule. A county or district that chooses to impose its own vehicle registration fees must adopt an ordinance establishing the fees, and enter into an intergovernmental agreement with DMV. DMV is required to collect vehicle registration fees on behalf of any county or district that has established registration fees, and to transfer collected fee amounts to the county or district after deducting DMV’s expenses for the collection, transfer and administration of the fees.

      Chapter 865, Oregon Laws 2009, which became effective September 28, 2009, amended ORS 801.041 to authorize Oregon counties with a population of 350,000 or more to impose county vehicle registration fees to fund the construction of a bridge that crosses the Willamette River in the City of Portland. For this purpose, Multnomah County adopted Multnomah County Ordinance MCC §§ 11.250-11.256 to impose Multnomah County vehicle registration fees on certain vehicles within Multnomah County, pursuant to amended ORS 801.041. The ordinance became effective September 1, 2010.

Rules Coordinator: Lauri Kunze—(503) 986-3171

735-032-0065

Collection of County or District Registration Fees

(1) This rule specifies the procedures and requirements when DMV collects county or district registration fees pursuant to ORS 801.040, 801.041, 801.042 and 803.445.

(2) As used in this rule the following definitions apply:

(a) “County” means a unit of local government as defined in ORS 190.003.

(b) “County or district ordinance” means an ordinance enacted by the governing body of a county or district establishing registration fees imposed on subject vehicles.

(c) “County or district registration fees” means county vehicle registration fees or district vehicle registration fees established and imposed under a county or district ordinance and collected by DMV upon registration and renewal of registration of a subject vehicle.

(d) “District” means a unit of local government as defined in ORS 190.003 and includes a mass transit or transportation district, or a metropolitan service district, as defined in ORS 801.237.

(e) “Merchant fee” means the fee charged to DMV by a credit or debit card company to process a credit or debit card transaction. DMV is charged a merchant fee each time a customer pays registration fees, including county or district registration fees, using a credit or debit card.

(f) “Registration” means the initial recording of a vehicle as authorized for use within the State of Oregon pursuant to ORS 803.350.

(g) “Registration renewal” or “renewal” means an extension of registration.

(h) “State registration fees” means the fee amounts collected under ORS 803.420 upon initial registration or registration renewal of a vehicle authorized to operate for use within the State of Oregon pursuant to ORS 803.350.

(i) “Subject vehicle” means a vehicle registered or required to be registered at a residence or business address within a county or district and which is subject to a county or district registration fee.

(3) DMV will collect county or district registration fees, upon request of a county or district qualified under ORS 801.041 or 801.042 to impose vehicle registration fees. DMV will collect county or district registration fees in addition to state registration fees.

(4) Before collecting county or district registration fees, the county or district must enter into an intergovernmental agreement with DMV. The intergovernmental agreement will include the following:

(a) A citation of the county or district ordinance number authorizing the imposition of county or district registration fees and granting DMV authority to collect county or district vehicle registration fees;

(b) A description of each vehicle type subject to county or district registration;

(c) For each vehicle type subject to county or district registration fees, the county or district registration fee amount(s) and the registration period(s);

(d) The date DMV will begin collecting county or district registration fees;

(e) A per-transaction administrative fee to cover DMV expenses, which will be deducted prior to transfer of county or district registration fees to the county or district. A per-transaction administrative fee does not include merchant fees, refunds or uncollectible debt;

(f) A description of how and when the moneys collected by DMV under the agreement are paid to the county or district after the deduction of DMV’s expenses for collection, transfer and administration of county vehicle registration fees, and any deduction for credits described in ORS 803.445(5); and

(g) The method for resolving disputes regarding imposition and collection of a county or district registration fee by a vehicle owner and payment of a refund if it is determined a fee was collected in error or it is determined no county or registration fee is owing.

(5) DMV will transfer to the county or district the moneys due on a monthly basis unless another basis is established in the intergovernmental agreement between DMV and the county or district.

(6) This rule shall apply to collection of county or district registration fees beginning September 1, 2010.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 190.110, 801.040, 801.041, 801.042, 802.010, 802.110, 803.420 & 803.445

Stats. Implemented: ORS 801.040, 801.041, 801.042, 802.110, 803.420 & 803.445

Hist.: DMV 22-2010, f. & cert. ef. 12-22-10

 

Rule Caption: Waives Customized Plate Fee for the Congressional Medal of Honor Registration Plate.

Adm. Order No.: DMV 23-2010

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-22-2010

Certified to be Effective: 1-1-11

Notice Publication Date: 11-1-2010

Rules Amended: 735-046-0050

Subject: This rulemaking implements legislation enacted by the 2010 Special Legislative Assembly:

      DMV issues a special license plate honoring individuals awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor—the Congressional Medal of Honor registration plate. Because the plate is a customized registration plate, an applicant pays a customized plate fee, in addition to all other fees required for registration plates. The fee for a pair of customized registration plates is an annual fee of $50.

      At the time of initial registration or renewal of registration, DMV collects $100 for a two-year registration period or $200 for a four year registration period. The fee for a duplicate or replacement customized registration plate is $5.00 at the time of registration renewal or $10 at any other time.

      Chapter 61, Oregon Laws 2010, amended ORS 805.103, in part, to authorize DMV to waive the customized registration plate fees established under ORS 805.250 for qualified applicants for the Congressional Medal of Honor registration plate. The legislative measure was introduced at the request of the Senate Interim Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.

      DMV has amended OAR 735-046-0050 to waive the annual customized registration plate fee for the Congressional Medal of Honor registration plate. DMV is not waiving the duplicate or replacement customized registration plate fee.

Rules Coordinator: Lauri Kunze—(503) 986-3171

735-046-0050

Congressional Medal of Honor, Elected Official and Consular Corps Plates

(1) Requirements and Qualifications. In addition to all other requirements for registration, an applicant for Congressional Medal of Honor plates, elected official plates or consular corps plates must submit to DMV an application for registration and all applicable fees, including any fee required for the custom plate requested. At the time of application, the applicant must be the registered owner of the vehicle listed on the application and:

(a) For Congressional Medal of Honor recipients, meet the qualifications for issuance of Congressional Medal of Honor plates under ORS 805.103 and this rule;

(b) For elected officials, meet the qualifications of ORS 805.220, and hold the office specified on the application. DMV may contact the Secretary of State to verify compliance with this subsection;

(c) For consular corps plates, provide proof to DMV that the applicant is appointed by a foreign government as an honorary consul and is acting in that capacity. Proof under this subsection is a copy of the applicant’s current Consular Identification Card issued by the U.S. Department of State, Office of Protocol.

(2) For purposes of section (1) of this rule, the annual custom plate fee set forth in ORS 805.250(2)(a) for issuance or renewal of Congressional Medal of Honor plates is waived and is not a required fee.

(3) Elected official plates are assigned to a specific vehicle and — if requested by the applicant — are issued in addition to the regular registration plates issued to the vehicle. The fee for an elected official plate issued in addition to a regular series plate is the plate manufacturing fee established under ORS 803.570. Elected official plates may be transferred to another vehicle if:

(a) The vehicle to which the plates are to be transferred is registered in the name of the elected official who qualifies for the particular plate configuration; and

(b) The applicant submits to DMV a completed application that identifies the vehicle to which the elected official plates are to be assigned.

(4) Consular corps plates are assigned to a specific vehicle and may only be transferred to another vehicle under section (4) of this rule.

(5) Plate Transfer. In addition to all other requirements for transferring registration plates, an applicant for a plate transfer must submit to DMV a completed, signed application to transfer registration plates and all applicable fees. At the time of transfer, the applicant must be the registered owner of the vehicle listed on the application. There is no plate transfer fee for elected official plates.

(6) Plate Configurations. The following plate configurations are reserved as specified:

(a) For Congressional Medal of Honor recipients: Except as provided in paragraph (B) of this subsection, the applicant may choose the letter combination “MOH” or “CMH,” which will be followed by a single number from 1 to 9, to be designated by DMV;

(A) A total of 18 pairs of Congressional Medal of Honor plates are reserved for issuance to qualified Congressional Medal of Honor recipients.

(B) When a Congressional Medal of Honor plate configuration is issued, it will be removed from the list of available plates and will not be issued again. For example, after plate configuration “CMH 1” is issued, that configuration is no longer available. The next qualified applicant is issued the next available plate number in numeric order.

(b) For elected officials:

(A) Governor: “GOVERNOR 1”;

(B) Secretary of State: “SECRETARY OF STATE 2”;

(C) State Treasurer: “STATE TREASURER 3”;

(D) President of the Senate: “PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 4”;

(E) President pro tempore of the Senate: “SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE 4A”;

(F) Speaker of the House of Representatives: “SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 5”;

(G) Speaker pro tempore of the House: “SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE PRO TEMPORE 5A”;

(H) State Senators: “STATE SENATOR” followed by the applicable Senate district number;

(I) State Representatives: “STATE REP.” followed by the applicable House district number;

(J) U.S. Senator: “U.S. SENATOR” followed by the number 1 or 2, depending on seniority;

(K) U.S. Representative: “U.S. REP.” followed by the House District number; and

(c) For consular corps plates: “OFFICAL CONSULAR CORPS” followed by a number assigned by DMV.

(7) In addition to the elected official plate for the Governor under subsection (3)(b) of this rule, DMV will issue regular series plates to the Governor upon request from the Governor’s office. The fee for a regular series plate issued under this section is the plate manufacturing fee established under ORS 803.570.

(8) The plates must be removed from the vehicle to which they are assigned when the person no longer qualifies for elected official plates or consular corps plates because the term of office or appointment expires, or the person otherwise ceases to act in the official capacity required to qualify for the plates. After removing the plates from the vehicle, the person may surrender the plates to DMV or retain the plates as a souvenir.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 805.103, 805.200, 805.205 & 805.220

Stats. Implemented: ORS 803.420, 803.530, 803.535, 805.103, 805.200, 805.220, 805.240, 805.242 & 805.250

Hist.: MV 25-1988, f. & cert. ef. 10-3-88; MV 13-1992, f. & cert. ef. 10-16-92; DMV 23-2007(Temp), f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08 thru 6-27-08; DMV 15-2008, f. & cert. ef. 6-23-08; DMV 22-2008, f. & cert. ef. 9-11-08; DMV 15-2009(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-24-09 thru 2-17-10; DMV 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-28-10; DMV 23-2010, f. 12-22-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

 

Rule Caption: Implied Consent Hearings.

Adm. Order No.: DMV 24-2010

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-22-2010

Certified to be Effective: 1-1-11

Notice Publication Date: 11-1-2010

Rules Adopted: 735-090-0042

Rules Amended: 735-090-0000, 735-090-0020, 735-090-0101

Subject: A contested case hearing regarding a driver license suspension under the implied consent laws currently is conducted in person unless both parties agree to a telephone hearing. However, Chapter 37, Oregon Laws 2010 (HB 3601) amends ORS 813.410 such that the hearings are to be held by telephone or other two-way electronic device unless either the person or the police officer requests that the hearing be held in person. The law requires that DMV establish by rule the manner and time limitation requirements by which a person or a police officer may request that a hearing be conducted in person. Therefore, DMV has amended and adopted rules in OAR Chapter 735 Division 90 to include:

      • A definition for an in-person hearing;

      • Additional “other just cause” reasons for a hearing to be outside of the timeline required in statute;

      • Information on how and when a petitioner may request an in-person hearing;

      • A new rule establishing how and when a police officer may request an in-person hearing; and

      • A clearer description of the location for holding an in-person hearing and a telephone hearing.

Rules Coordinator: Lauri Kunze—(503) 986-3171

735-090-0000

Definitions

As used in OAR 735-090-0000 through 735-090-0120, unless the context requires otherwise:

(1) “Agency” means Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division (DMV) of the Oregon Department of Transportation.

(2) “Error of the Department,” as used in ORS 813.440(1)(c), means:

(a) An act or omission of the agency or OAH, which by its occurrence, prevented the petitioning party from participating in a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges; or

(b) An act or omission of the agency or OAH in issuing a subpoena to a witness, including a police officer, to a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges and where the witness’ participation at the reported or recorded hearing is required in order for the agency to establish the required elements under ORS 813.410(6); or

(c) An act or omission of the agency or OAH in issuing a subpoena to a necessary witness where:

(A) The agency receives the petitioning party’s request to subpoena a necessary witness more than 72 hours prior to the time and date that a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges is scheduled; and

(B) The act or omission, by its occurrence, prevented the necessary witness from participating in the hearing; or

(d) An act or omission of the agency or OAH that prevents a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges from being conducted.

(3) “In-person hearing” means that at least one of the petitioning party and at least one agency witness are present in the same location as the Administrative Law Judge.

(4) “OAH” means the Office of Administrative Hearings when it is performing services on behalf of the agency under OAR chapter 735 division 90.

(5) “Other just cause” as used in ORS 813.440(1)(f) means:

(a) Circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the petitioning party and beyond the ability of a reasonable person to foresee, which:

(A) Prevented the petitioning party from filing a timely request for a hearing as set forth in ORS 813.410(3); or

(B) Prevented the petitioning party from requesting the agency or OAH to subpoena a necessary witness more than 72 hours prior to the time and date that a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges is scheduled; or

(C) Prevented the petitioning party from participating in a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges.

(b) Circumstances where a petitioning party moves for a continuance of a hearing or a request that a necessary witness be subpoenaed to a hearing and, due to circumstances beyond the control of the petitioning party:

(A) The necessary witness does not appear at the hearing because the necessary witness was unknown to the petitioning party prior to a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges; or

(B) The necessary witness does not appear at the hearing and could not be served with a subpoena at least 72 hours prior to a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges.

(c) Circumstances beyond the control of a petitioning party that require a continuance of a hearing because documentary evidence referred to or presented at the hearing by a necessary witness was not provided to the petitioning party either before or during the hearing.

(d) Circumstances beyond the control of the agency or OAH that prevented an administrative law judge from conducting a recorded or reported hearing that determines the validity of a suspension of driving privileges.

(e) Circumstances that require the department to issue a notice of amendment to an Implied Consent Combined Report (Form 735-0075) or Implied Consent Blood Test Failure Report (Form 735-0055) and the petitioning party is unable to file a timely request for hearing as set forth in ORS 813.410(3).

(6) “Necessary witness” means a witness whose testimony is essential to support a material fact or position of the petitioning party. The fact or position to be supported by the necessary witness must be within the scope of an implied consent hearing as set forth in ORS 813.410(6).

(7) “Offense” means the alleged Driving While Under the Influence of Intoxicants incident.

(8) “Petitioner” means the person whose driving privileges may be suspended.

(9) “Petitioning Party” means the petitioner or the petitioner’s attorney.

(10) “Received by DMV” means:

(a) Personally delivered to DMV Headquarters. 1905 Lana Ave. NE, Salem, OR;

(b) Delivered by mail to DMV Headquarters, 1905 Lana Ave. NE, Salem, OR 97314;

(c) Received by facsimile machine at telephone number (503) 945-5521; or

(d) Received by electronic mail via the implied consent hearing request form provided on DMV’s website – OregonDMV.com.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183.341, 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 813.410 & 813.440

Stats. Implemented: ORS 813.410 & 813.440

Hist.: MV 5-1984, f. 6-29-84, ef. 7-1-84; MV 10-1985, f. 9-19-85, ef. 9-20-85; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-021-0100; MV 2-1991, f. & cert. ef. 3-18-91; MV 15-1993, f. 10-22-93, cert. ef. 11-4-93; DMV 7-1997, f. & cert. ef. 9-18-97; DMV 21-2002, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-02; DMV 23-2004, f. & cert. ef. 11-17-04; DMV 14-2007, f. & cert. ef. 12-24-07; DMV 24-2010, f. 12-22-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

735-090-0020

Hearings Requests

(1) A hearing request must be in writing. The request should include:

(a) Petitioner’s full name;

(b) Petitioner’s complete mailing address;

(c) Date of arrest;

(d) Petitioner’s Oregon driver license number;

(e) Petitioner’s date of birth;

(f) Telephone number where petitioner can be called between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.;

(g) Brief statement of the issues the petitioner proposes to raise at the hearing; and

(h) Dates and times the petitioner or attorney cannot participate in a hearing.

(2) A petitioner may request an in-person hearing either as part of the hearing request or after the initial hearing request, but the request for in-person hearing must be made within the time requirements specified in section (4), (5) or (6) of this rule or be part of a request for an untimely hearing, as appropriate.

(3) A request for an interpreter for a non-English speaking petitioner must be part of the hearing request.

(4) To be considered timely, a hearing request submitted pursuant to ORS 813.132 or 813.410(3), for failure of a breath test or refusal of a breath, blood or urine test, must be received by DMV by the tenth day following the arrest of the petitioner. Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure 10A (ORCP 10A) will be used to determine the computation of time.

(5) To be considered timely, a hearing request submitted pursuant to ORS 813.410(3), for failure of a blood test, must be received by DMV by the tenth day from the date DMV sends notice of suspension. ORCP 10A will be used to determine the computation of time.

(6) DMV will issue a final order denying an untimely hearing request unless the petitioning party demonstrates that the request should be granted under ORS 813.440.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth: ORS 183.341, 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 813.410 & 813.440

Stats. Implemented: ORS 813.410 & 813.440

Hist.: MV 5-1984, f. 6-29-84, ef. 7-1-84; MV 10-1985, f. 9-19-85, ef. 9-20-85; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-021-0110; MV 2-1991, f. & cert. ef. 3-18-91; MV 15-1993, f. 10-22-93, cert. ef. 11-4-93; DMV 3-1996, f. & cert. ef. 7-26-96; DMV 21-2002, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-02; DMV 23-2004, f. & cert. ef. 11-17-04; DMV 14-2007, f. & cert. ef. 12-24-07; DMV 24-2010, f. 12-22-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

735-090-0042

Police Officer Request for an In-Person Hearing

A police officer may request that any hearing required under ORS 813.410 be an in-person hearing. The request may be made by:

(1) Marking the box provided on the Implied Consent Combined Report, Form 735-0075, or Implied Consent Blood Test Failure Report, Form 735-0055; or

(2) Submitting a separate written request to DMV Hearings Case Management Unit. The request may be:

(a) Personally delivered to DMV Headquarters. 1905 Lana Ave. NE, Salem, OR;

(b) Delivered by mail to DMV Headquarters, 1905 Lana Ave. NE, Salem, OR 97314; or

(c) Received by facsimile machine at telephone number (503) 945-5521.

(3) To be considered timely, an officer’s in-person hearing request submitted pursuant to ORS 813.132 or 813.410(3), for failure of a breath test or refusal of a breath, blood or urine test, must be received by DMV by the tenth day following the arrest of the petitioner. Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure 10A (ORCP 10A) will be used to determine the computation of time.

(4) To be considered timely, a hearing request submitted pursuant to ORS 813.410(3), for failure of a blood test, must be received by DMV by the 45th day following the arrest of the petitioner. ORCP 10A will be used to determine the computation of time.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183.341, 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 813.410 & 813.440

Stats. Implemented: ORS 813.410 & 813.440

Hist.: DMV 24-2010, f. 12-22-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

735-090-0101

Hearing Location

(1) Except as provided in section (2) of this rule, an in-person hearing will be held either in the county where the alleged offense occurred or at any place within 100 air miles of the place where the offense is alleged to have occurred. There is no location restriction when a hearing is conducted by telephone or other two-way electronic communication device.

(2) If there is a mutual agreement between the petitioning party and DMV, an in-person hearing may be held at a location outside of either the county where the alleged offense occurred or 100 air miles of the place where the offense is alleged to have occurred.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183.341, 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 813.410 & 813.440

Stats. Implemented: ORS 813.410 & 813.440

Hist.: DMV 23-2004, f. & cert. ef. 11-17-04; DMV 2-2007, f. & cert. ef. 1-24-07; DMV 24-2010, f. 12-22-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

 

Rule Caption: Increases Fee Amounts Vehicle Dealers may Charge Customers to Process Title and Registration Documents.

Adm. Order No.: DMV 25-2010

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-22-2010

Certified to be Effective: 1-1-11

Notice Publication Date: 11-1-2010

Rules Amended: 735-150-0055

Subject: ORS 822.043 authorizes DMV to adopt rules to limit the (service) fee amounts that a licensed vehicle dealer may charge to prepare title and registration documents on behalf of a buyer or lessee (vehicle consumer). Pursuant to the statute, the (minimum) limit on service fees may not be less than:

      (a) $75 if the dealer prepares title and registration documents and uses an integrator; or

      (b) $50 if the dealer prepares hardcopy title and registration documents and does not use an integrator. An integrator is a third party independent contractor that facilitates the electronic submission of title and registration paperwork between a dealer and DMV.

      Previously under OAR 735-150-0055, the (maximum) service fees could not exceed $75, if the dealer prepares title and registration information using an integrator, or exceed $50 if the dealer prepares title and registration documents in hardcopy form and does not use an integrator. So the maximum fee amounts limited by OAR 735-150-0055 were the same as the minimum fee amounts established under ORS 822.043. Those fee amounts had not changed since 2005. Since that time, inflation has increased the costs to dealers to prepare title and registration documents.

      The amendment of OAR 735-150-0055 increases each service fee amount by $25. The amendment increases the maximum service fee amounts from $75 to $100 if the dealer prepares title and registration documents and uses an integrator and from $50 to $75 if the dealer prepares hardcopy title and registration documents and does not use an integrator. The fee increase was reviewed in advance by the Oregon Dealer Advisory Committee.

Rules Coordinator: Lauri Kunze—(503) 986-3171

735-150-0055

Dealer Title and Registration Document Preparation Service Fee; Inspection

(1) In accordance with ORS 822.043 and this rule, a vehicle dealer who elects to prepare DMV documents necessary to issue or transfer vehicle title and registration on behalf of a buyer or lessee, may charge the buyer or lessee a service fee not to exceed:

(a) $100, if the vehicle dealer uses an integrator; or

(b) $75, if the vehicle dealer does not use an integrator.

(2) DMV may inspect dealer records for compliance with the fee limitations described in section (1) of this rule. DMV may refer information related to non-compliance with the requirements of ORS 822.043 and this rule to the Department of Justice, or any other enforcement agency.

(3) Dealers must implement procedures to ensure that the fees described by this rule do not exceed the amounts set forth in section (1) of this rule. Fee amounts that exceed the authorized amount must be promptly refunded to the buyer or lessee.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 814.619, 802.010, 822.009, 822.035 & 822.045

Stats. Implemented: ORS 822.009, 822.030, 822.035 & 822.045

Hist.: DMV 22-2001(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-17-01 thru 4-14-02; DMV 26-2001 f. 12-14-01, cert. ef. 1-1-02; DMV 24-2005, f. 11-18-05, cert. ef. 1-1-06; DMV 25-2010, f. 12-22-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11

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