ORS 8.120
Duties as court administrator for Supreme Court and Court of Appeals; Central Violations Bureau; delegation


(1)

The State Court Administrator shall, for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals:

(a)

Act as court administrator for the court.

(b)

Keep the seal of the court, and affix it in all cases required by law.

(c)

Record the proceedings of the court.

(d)

Keep the records, files, books and documents pertaining to the court.

(e)

File all documents delivered to the administrator for that purpose in any action or proceeding in the court.

(f)

Attend the terms of the court, unless excused by the court, and administer oaths.

(g)

Under the direction of the court enter its orders and judgments.

(h)

Authenticate, by certificate or transcript, as may be required, the records, files or proceedings of the court, or any document pertaining thereto, and filed with the administrator.

(i)

In the performance of duties pertaining to the court, conform to the direction of the court.

(2)

The State Court Administrator may establish and operate a Central Violations Bureau under ORS 153.806 (Central Violations Bureau).

(3)

The State Court Administrator may delegate powers of the office of State Court Administrator to officers and employees of the Judicial Department designated by the State Court Administrator in writing. [Amended by 1971 c.193 §2; 1981 s.s. c.1 §13; 1985 c.540 §21; 1995 c.273 §3; 2003 c.518 §4; 2007 c.129 §7; 2019 c.60 §2]

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