ORS 142.020
Delivery of stolen property to owner


On satisfactory proof of the title of the owner of the property, the magistrate who examines the charge against the person accused of the crime shall order it to be delivered to the owner, or the duly authorized agent of the owner, on the paying by the owner of the reasonable and necessary expenses incurred in its preservation, which shall be ascertained and certified by the magistrate.


If property that is the subject of a theft has not been delivered to the owner, the court before which a trial is had for the stealing thereof may, on like proof and condition, order its delivery to the owner or the agent of the owner. [Amended by 1971 c.743 §335]

Source: Section 142.020 — Delivery of stolen property to owner, https://www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/bills_laws/ors/ors142.­html.

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