Supreme Court

ORS 2.520
Procedure for review of decisions of Court of Appeals


Any party aggrieved by a decision of the Court of Appeals may petition the Supreme Court for review within 35 days after the date of the decision, in such manner as provided by rules of the Supreme Court. [1969 c.198 §2; 1973 c.516 §1; 1983 c.774 §2]

Notes of Decisions

Denial of petition for review implies neither approval nor disapproval of opinions of Court of Appeals. 1000 Friends of Oregon v. Bd. of Co. Comm., 284 Or 41, 584 P2d 1371 (1978)

Petition for review of denial of relief against Secretary of State with respect to initiative measure was denied where election was imminent and issue would not be foreclosed by election if measure passed. Barnes v. Paulus, 284 Or 81, 588 P2d 1084 (1978)

Where Court of Appeals denial of motion to dismiss is by written opinion and issue is of public importance, denial order is subject to review by Supreme Court. Oregon Business Planning Council v. LCDC, 290 Or 741, 626 P2d 350 (1981)

As administrative tribunal with neither enforcement authority nor primary policy making responsibility in land use regulation, LUBA is not "aggrieved" by reversal of order on appeal and, therefore, has no standing to appeal decision of Court of Appeals. Valley & Siletz Railroad v. Laudahl, 296 Or 779, 681 P2d 109 (1984)

State may be "aggrieved" by holding contained in court decision, notwithstanding having prevailed on merits. State v. Snyder, 337 Or 410, 97 P3d 1181 (2004)


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