Oregon Property and Real Estate Laws
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From renting a Portland apartment to buying a home in Ashland to owning land in the Willamete Valley, being familiar with the Beaver State’s property and real estate laws can end up saving you some time, trouble, and possibly money in the long run. If you’ve got some property and you’re worried about trespassers’ rights, Oregon has laws that govern how property ownership can be gained through a process called adverse possession. There are also state statutes governing the landlord-tenant relationship and offering protections for homeowners worried about losing their houses. You can select the links below for state-specific information on property and real estate laws in Oregon.
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