Chapter 191 — United States’ Surveys
UNITED STATES’ SURVEYS
191.010 Entry on land by persons acting for United States
191.020 Tender of damages
191.030 Determination of damages
191.010 Entry on land by persons acting for United States. Any person employed in the execution of any survey authorized by the Congress of the United States may enter upon lands within this state for the purpose of exploring, triangulating, leveling, surveying, and of doing any work necessary to carry out the objects of existing laws, and may establish permanent station marks and erect the necessary signals and temporary observatories, doing no unnecessary injury thereby, having first paid or tendered to the owner thereof the compensation or damages as prescribed in ORS 191.020 and 191.030.
191.020 Tender of damages. The person entering upon land as authorized by ORS 191.010 may tender to the injured party damages therefor.
191.030 Determination of damages. If the parties interested cannot agree upon the amount to be paid for damages caused by an entry authorized by ORS 191.010, either of them may petition the county court in the county in which the land is situated. The court shall appoint a time for a hearing as soon as may be, order at least 14 days’ notice to be given to all parties interested, and with or without a view of the premises, as the court may determine, hear the parties and their witnesses and assess damages.
191.040 Costs. (1) In case of appeal to the county court, if the damages finally assessed do not exceed the amount tendered, the person entering shall recover costs; otherwise the prevailing party shall recover costs.
(2) The costs to be allowed in all such cases shall be the same as allowed according to the rules of the court.
191.050 [Repealed by 1971 c.743 §432]
191.110 [1971 c.608 §1; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.120 [1971 c.608 §2; 1973 c.792 §5; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.130 [1971 c.608 §3; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.140 [1971 c.608 §4; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.150 [1971 c.608 §5; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.160 [1971 c.608 §6; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.170 [1971 c.608 §7; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.180 [1971 c.180 §8; repealed by 1977 c.664 §42]
191.990 [Repealed by 1971 c.743 §432]