ORS 53.030
Manner of taking appeal

  • notice
  • undertaking for costs and disbursements

An appeal is taken by serving, within 30 days after rendition of judgment, a written notice thereof on the adverse party, or the attorney of the adverse party, and filing the original with the proof of service indorsed thereon with the justice, and by giving the undertaking for the costs and disbursements on the appeal, as provided in ORS 53.040 (Requisites of undertaking for costs and disbursements and stay of proceedings). A written acknowledgment of service by the respondent or the attorney of the respondent, indorsed on the notice of appeal, shall be sufficient proof of service. When the notice of appeal has been served and filed, the appellate court shall have jurisdiction of the cause. [Amended by 1973 c.477 §1]

Source: Section 53.030 — Manner of taking appeal; notice; undertaking for costs and disbursements, https://www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/bills_laws/ors/ors053.­html.

Notes of Decisions

“Undertaking” means valid undertaking, depending on whether the appellant’s sureties can withstand challenge by the respondent. Green v. Lilly Enterprises, 278 Or 85, 562 P2d 1204 (1977)

Original notice of appeal from municipal court decision in misdemeanor case must be filed with municipal court for circuit court to have jurisdiction over appeal. City of Milton-Freewater v. Ashley, 214 Or App 526, 166 P3d 587 (2007)

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