Oregon Historical and Heritage Agencies, Programs and Tax Provisions

ORS 358.961
Time limitations on actions or proceedings

  • tolling of statute


Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a criminal or civil action or proceeding for a violation of ORS 358.920 (Prohibited conduct) to 358.955 (Civil enforcement) and 390.235 (Permits and conditions for excavation or removal of archaeological or historical material) may be commenced at any time within five years after the conduct in violation of a provision of ORS 358.920 (Prohibited conduct) to 358.955 (Civil enforcement) and 390.235 (Permits and conditions for excavation or removal of archaeological or historical material) terminates or the cause of action accrues. If a criminal prosecution, civil action or other proceeding is brought to punish, prevent or restrain any violation of the provisions of ORS 358.920 (Prohibited conduct) to 358.955 (Civil enforcement) or 390.235 (Permits and conditions for excavation or removal of archaeological or historical material), the running of the period of limitations prescribed by this section with respect to any cause of action arising under ORS 358.955 (Civil enforcement) that is based in whole or in part upon any matter complained of in any such prosecution, action or proceeding shall be suspended during the pendency of such prosecution, action or proceeding and for two years following its termination. [2001 c.739 §9]
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