Nuisance on the North Coast of Oregon

Nuisance claims on the north coast of Oregon are typically heard in Clatsop County Circuit Court or Tillamook County Circuit Court, depending on the location of the properties involved, as well as the nature and impact of the activity at issue. Read More
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Prescriptive Easements on the North Coast of Oregon

Easement by prescription is a type of easement where a claimant obtains property rights related to use of another property owner's property without having to bargain and pay for such property rights. Prescriptive rights are unwritten rights. Read More
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Ejectment Actions in Clatsop County and Tillamook County

On the north coast of Oregon, ejectment actions can provide a means to remove unauthorized occupants from property in Clatsop County and Tillamook County. Whether an ejectment actions is the right option depends on the facts and circumstances. Read More
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Quiet Title Actions in Clatsop County and Tillamook County

Quiet title actions are a type of lawsuit where a judge decides the nature of a party's legal or equitable property rights. On the north coast of Oregon, such lawsuits are heard in Clatsop County Circuit Court and Tillamook County Circuit Court. Read More
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Common Real Estate Issues in Clatsop County

Buyers in Clatsop County, Oregon, should research a number of issues which can arise, including neighbor issues, development limitations, landslide and ground movement issues, sewer lines, and property lines issues.. Read More
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Seller's Disclosures in Oregon

In the Pacific Northwest, the OREF form entitled "Seller's Property Disclosure Form" helps ensure sellers properly notify potential buyers of issues which may impact the buying decision, including notification of mold, moisture, and other issues. Read More
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Ownership of Real Estate by Unmarried People in Oregon

Unmarried people in Oregon who own real estate together may face unique challenges if one or more owners wishes to part ways. It may be difficult for owners to disentangle themselves and ensure their rights and responsibilities are fairly considered. Read More
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Ownership of Real Estate in Oregon

How you hold title to real estate determines your ownership rights and liabilities, as well as inheritance rights when you die. Common forms of ownership include a tenancy in common, a tenancy by the entirety, and a joint tenancy. Read More
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Understanding Easements in Oregon

An "easement" allows the holder of an easement to use another property owner's property for a limited use. Easements affect property owners' rights, responsibilities, and liabilities, and can enhance or diminish a property's value. Read More
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Understanding Adverse Possession in Oregon

"Adverse possession" is a legal term which comes up sometimes in property disputes. Adverse possession is a legal theory which can help a person obtain ownership of another person's property without their agreement or consent. Read More
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