Chapter 024

 

      Chapter 24

 

NOTES OF DECISIONS

 

      Foreign dissolution decree need not be registered in order for court to have jurisdiction to modify decree. Walker v. Walker, 26 Or App 701, 554 P2d 591 (1976), Sup Ct review denied

 

LAW REVIEW CITATIONS: 57 OLR 377 (1978)

 

      24.010 to 24.180

 

NOTES OF DECISIONS

 

      Since purpose of these sections was to register judgments so they may subsequently be enforced, fact that defendants may be in violation of decree was irrevelant. In the Matter of Marie Callender Pie Shops v. Bumbleberry Enterprises, 39 Or App 487, 592 P2d 1050 (1979)

 

      24.010

 

      See annotations under ORS 24.105.

 

      24.105

 

NOTES OF DECISIONS

 

Under former similar statute (ORS 24.010)

 

      Decrees for permanent injunctions are entitled to full faith and credit in same manner as money judgments. In the Matter of Marie Callender Pie Shops v. Bumbleberry Enterprises, 39 Or App 487, 592 P2d 1050 (1979)

 

In general

 

      Where party is incorporated in Oregon, maintains sole place of business in Oregon, is not licensed to do business in any other state and solicits business only through local Oregon telephone directories with all orders picked up at mill located in Oregon, products sold by brokers to customers in other states does not constitute minimum contacts and does not meet Idaho due process requirements of party “purposefully availing itself of privilege of conducting activities” in Idaho or any act “purposefully directed” toward Idaho and Idaho court did not have jurisdiction to enter judgment against party. Johnson v. Peacock Lumber Co., 95 Or App 710, 770 P2d 960 (1989)

 

      Oregon trial court properly set aside filing of Washington order directing defendants to release car to owner’s estate, where contacts of defendants, residents of Oregon, with Washington were insufficient to permit Washington probate court to exercise jurisdiction over defendants under Washington statutory provision. Coughlan v. Baxter, 98 Or App 311, 778 P2d 997 (1989)

 

      24.220

 

NOTE: Repealed as of January 1, 2010

      See annotations under ORS 24.360.

 

      24.360

 

NOTES OF DECISIONS

 

Under former similar statute (ORS 24.220)

 

      Where, under California law, foreign judgment was found to be “final and conclusive and enforceable” it was, pursuant to this section, duly registered and enforceable as though it were an Oregon judgment and trial court did not abuse discretion in refusal to stay execution of judgment pursuant to ORCP 72 until there was resolution of independent California suit regarding party’s liability under judgment. River City Bank v. DeBenedetti, 90 Or App 624, 752 P2d 1305 (1988)

 

      Where collection action is commenced in Oregon court to enforce foreign judgment, Oregon law applies to allowance of cost and litigation expenses incurred in collection action. Holder v. Elg, 151 Or App 329, 948 P2d 763 (1997)