ORS 415.340
Oregon Health Authority to be appointed receiver in delinquency proceeding
  • powers and duties


Whenever a receiver is to be appointed in delinquency proceedings for a coordinated care organization, the court shall appoint the Oregon Health Authority as the receiver. The court shall direct the receiver to take possession of the property of the coordinated care organization and to administer the property as ordered by the court.


Any deed or other instrument executed in a delinquency proceeding or by an order of liquidation shall be valid and effectual for all purposes as though the same had been executed by the person affected by any proceedings or by the officers of the coordinated care organization pursuant to the direction of its governing board. A record of the order directing possession to be taken, or a certified copy of the order, filed in the office where instruments affecting title to property are required to be filed or recorded, shall have the same effect as the filing or recording of a deed, bill of sale or other evidence of title.


If any real property sold by the authority is located in a county other than the county where the proceeding is pending, the authority shall file a certified copy of the order of the appointment, or order authorizing or ratifying the sale, with the recording officer for the county where the property is located.


The authority as receiver shall be responsible on the official bond of the authority for the proper administration of all property coming into the possession or control of the authority. The court may at any time require an additional bond from the authority or the deputies of the authority if deemed desirable for the protection of the property. [2019 c.478 §45]

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May. 15, 2020