OAR 350-070-0210


Only an appellant or intervenor who would have standing to appeal a land use decision may file a motion for a stay. The movant may file a Notice of Intervention concurrently with the motion for a stay. A motion for a stay of a land use decision shall include:


A statement setting forth the movant’s right to standing to appeal the decision;


A statement explaining why the challenged decision is subject to the Commission’s jurisdiction;


A statement of facts and reasons for issuing a stay, demonstrating a colorable claim of error in the decision and specifying how the movant will suffer irreparable harm if a stay is not granted;


A suggested expedited briefing schedule;


A copy of the decision under review and copies of all ordinances, resolutions, plans or other documents necessary to show the standards applicable to the decision under review.


Unless otherwise ordered by the Chair of the Commission, a response to a motion for a stay of a land use decision shall be filed within 10 days after the motion is filed and shall set forth all matters in opposition to the motion and any facts showing any adverse effect, including an estimate of any monetary damages that will accrue if a stay is granted.


The Chair of the Commission shall base a decision on the stay, including the right to a stay, or conditions of any stay order, upon the motion presented. Documents may be attached to the motion in the form of affidavits, maps or other materials, or presented at a hearing which may be convened at the discretion of the Chair of the Commission and follow the process in 350-70-140.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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