Choice of Laws

ORS 15.335


A party has consented to a contract if the law applicable under ORS 15.320 (Specific types of contracts governed by Oregon law), 15.360 (General rule) or 15.380 (Presumptive rules for specific types of contracts) so provides.


In a consumer contract or employment contract, the consumer or employee whose assent to a contract was obtained in the state of the party’s residence, or whose conduct leading to the contract was primarily confined to that state, may invoke the law of that state to establish that the party did not consent to the contract or that the consent was not valid by reason of fraud or duress. [Formerly 81.115]

(formerly 81.115)

Law Review Citations

44 WLR 205 (2007)

§§ 15.300 to 15.380

(formerly 81.100 to 81.135)

Law Review Citations

38 WLR 397 (2002); 44 WLR 205 (2007); 88 OLR 963 (2009)


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