Records and Files of Courts

ORS 7.250
Use of paper printed on both sides

  • use of recycled paper


(1)

The State Court Administrator and the courts of this state shall encourage persons who make paper filings in the courts, including all pleadings, motions, copies and other documents, to use paper that has been printed on both sides of each sheet. The courts of this state may not decline to accept any paper filing because the filing is printed on both sides of each sheet of paper.

(2)

All paper filings in the courts of this state, including all pleadings, motions, copies and other documents, shall be printed on recycled paper if recycled paper is readily available at a reasonable price. The State Court Administrator and the courts of this state shall encourage persons who make paper filings in the courts to use recycled paper that has the highest available content of post-consumer waste, as defined in ORS 279A.010 (Definitions for Public Contracting Code), and that is recyclable in office paper recycling programs in the community in which the filing is made. A court of this state may not decline to accept any paper filing because the paper does not comply with the requirements of this subsection. [1997 c.762 §2; 2003 c.794 §193; 2007 c.129 §6]
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