Testimony Generally

ORS 45.135
Who may not report deposition in civil action


(1)

A deposition in a civil action may not be stenographically reported by:

(a)

A party in the action;

(b)

A person with a financial interest in the outcome of the action;

(c)

An attorney for a party in the action;

(d)

An attorney for a person with a financial interest in the outcome of the action;

(e)

An employee of a party in the action;

(f)

An employee of an attorney for a party in the action;

(g)

An employee of a person with a financial interest in the outcome of the action;

(h)

An employee of an attorney for a person with a financial interest in the outcome of the action; or

(i)

A person related, by affinity or consanguinity within the third degree, to a party in the action or to a person with a financial interest in the outcome of the action.

(2)

Any deposition recorded or reported by a person in violation of this section may not be introduced in evidence or used for any other purpose in a civil action. [1999 c.942 §1]

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Jun. 26, 2021