Fees Paid by the Grantor, Fee Waiver
(1)The grantor shall pay a fee of $175 to the service provider at the time required by Oregon Laws 2013, chapter 304, section 3(2)(a). If there are joint or multiple grantors, only one grantor must pay this fee.
(2)The grantor may apply for a waiver of $125 of the fee described in section (1) of this rule at the time the grantor is required by Oregon Laws 2013, chapter 304, section 3(2)(a), to pay the fee. The grantor shall pay $50 at the time of the fee waiver request.
(3)A grantor’s application for a fee waiver under section (2) of this rule shall be granted if the grantor is able to provide satisfactory evidence to the service provider that the grantor’s annual household income is less than:
(a)$ 23,340 for a household of one;
(b)$ 31,460 for a household of two;
(c)$ 39, 580 for a household of three;
(d)$ 47,700 for a household of four;
(e)$ 55,820 for a household of five;
(f)$ 63,940 for a household of six;
(g)$ 72,060 for a household of seven;
(h)$ 80,180 for a household of eight;
(i)$ 88,300 for a household of nine; or
(j)$ 96,420 for a household of ten or more.
(4)The service provider shall decide whether to grant a grantor’s application for a fee waiver made under section (2) of this rule within 10 days of receiving the application.
(5)If the service provider denies a grantor’s application for a fee waiver made under section (2) of this rule, the grantor shall pay the remaining $125 within 15 days of receiving the service provider’s determination not to grant a fee waiver but never later than the date of the scheduled resolution conference.
(6)Failure by a grantor to timely pay fees will result in cancellation of the resolution conference.
Rule 137-110-0200 — Fees Paid by the Grantor, Fee Waiver,