ORS 90.650
Notice of tax provisions to tenants of closing manufactured dwelling park; rules


(1)

If a manufactured dwelling park or a portion of a manufactured dwelling park is closed, resulting in the termination of the rental agreement between the landlord of the park and a tenant renting space for a manufactured dwelling, whether because of the exercise of eminent domain, by order of a federal, state or local agency or as provided under ORS 90.645 (Closure of manufactured dwelling park) (1), the landlord shall provide notice to the tenant of the tax credit provided under section 17, chapter 906, Oregon Laws 2007. The notice shall state the eligibility requirements for the credit, information on how to apply for the credit and any other information required by the Housing and Community Services Department or the Department of Revenue by rule. The notice shall also state that the closure may allow the taxpayer to appeal the property tax assessment on the manufactured dwelling.

(2)

The Housing and Community Services Department shall adopt rules establishing a sample form for the notice described in this section and the notice described in ORS 90.645 (Closure of manufactured dwelling park) (3).

(3)

The Department of Revenue, in consultation with the Housing and Community Services Department, shall adopt rules establishing a sample form and explanation for the property tax assessment appeal.

(4)

The Housing and Community Services Department may adopt rules to administer this section. [Formerly 90.635; 2011 c.83 §2; 2019 c.625 §60]
Note: The amendments to 90.650 (Notice of tax provisions to tenants of closing manufactured dwelling park) by section 7a, chapter 906, Oregon Laws 2007, become operative January 1, 2026. See section 7b, chapter 906, Oregon Laws 2007, as amended by section 3, chapter 83, Oregon Laws 2011, section 35, chapter 750, Oregon Laws 2013, and section 21, chapter 579, Oregon Laws 2019. The text that is operative on and after January 1, 2026, including amendments by section 61, chapter 625, Oregon Laws 2019, is set forth for the user’s convenience.
90.650 (Notice of tax provisions to tenants of closing manufactured dwelling park). (1) If a manufactured dwelling park or a portion of a manufactured dwelling park is closed, resulting in the termination of the rental agreement between the landlord of the park and a tenant renting space for a manufactured dwelling, whether because of the exercise of eminent domain, by order of a federal, state or local agency or as provided under ORS 90.645 (Closure of manufactured dwelling park) (1), the landlord shall provide notice to the tenant that the closure may allow the taxpayer to appeal the property tax assessment on the manufactured dwelling.

(2)

The Department of Revenue, in consultation with the Housing and Community Services Department, shall adopt rules establishing a sample form and explanation for the property tax assessment appeal.

(3)

The Housing and Community Services Department may adopt rules to administer this section.
Note: 90.650 (Notice of tax provisions to tenants of closing manufactured dwelling park) (4) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 90 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
Chapter 90

Notes of Decisions

The prevailing party in an action brought under this Act is entitled to attorney fees. Executive Management v. Juckett, 274 Or 515, 547 P2d 603 (1976)

Damages for mental distress are not recoverable under this Act. Ficker v. Diefenbach, 34 Or App 241, 578 P2d 467 (1978), as modified by 35 Or App 829, 578 P2d 467 (1978)

Where tenant terminates residential tenancy but then holds over wrongfully, landlord need not give any notice to tenant as prerequisite to maintaining action for possession. Skourtes v. Schaer, 36 Or App 659, 585 P2d 703 (1978), Sup Ct review denied

Landlord may waive statutory right to 30 days’ written notice from tenant. Skourtes v. Schaer, 36 Or App 659, 585 P2d 703 (1978), Sup Ct review denied

This act does not provide for recovery of punitive damages. Brewer v. Erwin, 287 Or 435, 600 P2d 398 (1979)

As this act is not penal, it is not subject to attack for vagueness. Marquam Investment Corp. v. Beers, 47 Or App 711, 615 P2d 1064 (1980), Sup Ct review denied

Distinction in this act between residential and nonresidential tenancies is not irrational, arbitrary or unreasonable under United States or Oregon Constitution. Marquam Investment Corp. v. Beers, 47 Or App 711, 615 P2d 1064 (1980), Sup Ct review denied

Residential Landlord and Tenant Act does not supersede common law in all aspects of personal injury liability. Bellikka v. Green, 306 Or 630, 762 P2d 997 (1988)

Where jury returned general verdict for defendant and court refused to award defendant attorney fees, defendant has right, absent “unusual circumstances,” to receive attorney fees for damages for prevailing on personal injury claim. Steininger v. Tosch, 96 Or App 493, 773 P2d 15 (1989), Sup Ct review denied

Where tenants counterclaim for injunctive relief and damages after landlord sent 30-day, no-cause eviction notice, before awarding attorney fees, district court must determine whether landlord or tenants have right to possession of house and whether tenants’ right to assert counterclaim is provided by statute. Edwards v. Fenn, 308 Or 129, 775 P2d 1375 (1989)

Atty. Gen. Opinions

Private process server in a forcible entry and detainer action, (1975) Vol 37, p 869; applicability to university housing and properties, (1976) Vol 37, p 1297

Law Review Citations

56 OLR 655 (1977); 16 WLR 275 (1979); 16 WLR 835 (1980)


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