2009 Regular Session
|At the request of:|
|Chief Sponsors:||Senator Atkinson,Bates,Bonamici, Boquist, Burdick, Carter, Courtney, Devlin,Dingfelder,Ferrioli,George, Girod, Hass, Johnson, Kruse,Metsger, Monnes Anderson, Monroe, Morrisette,Morse,Nelson, Prozanski, Rosenbaum,Schrader,Starr,Telfer,Verger,Walker,Whitsett, Winters, Representative Bailey, Barker, Barnhart, Barton, Bentz, Berger,Beyer, Boone, Bruun,Buckley,Cameron,Cannon, Clem, Cowan, Dembrow, Edwards C.,Edwards D., Esquivel, Freeman,Galizio,Garrard,Garrett, Gelser, Gilliam,Gilman, Greenlick, Hanna,Harker, Holvey, Huffman,Hunt,Jenson,Kahl, Kennemer, Komp, Kotek, Krieger,Matthews,Maurer, Nathanson, Nolan, Olson, Read,Richardson, Riley, Roblan, Schaufler, Smith G., Smith J., Sprenger, Stiegler, Thatcher, Thompson,Tomei,VanOrman,Weidner, Whisnant, Wingard, Witt|
|Bill Title:||Relating to commerce in metal property.|
Requires scrap metal business to create and maintain certain records of purchase or receipt of metal property or other transactions related to metal property.
Prohibits scrap metal business from purchasing or receiving certain types of metal property. Requires payment for purchase or transaction by check mailed to seller's street address no earlier than three days after date of transaction. Requires scrap metal business to produce records in response to lawful demand and to segregate, identify and hold metal property reasonably suspected to be lost or stolen. Requires within 10 days determination of whether metal property is lost or stolen. Requires Oregon Criminal Justice Commission to adopt rules establishing disproportionate impact as aggravating factor for purposes of court imposing upward departure from presumptive sentence for conviction of theft in first degree or of aggravated theft in first degree. Requires consignment or secondhand store that purchases or receives metal property to comply with provisions of Act. Provides immunity to owner of land for injury or damage caused by theft or attempted theft of metal property. Creates crime of unlawfully altering metal property. Punishes by maximum of one year's imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Creates crime of making false statement on metal property record. Punishes by maximum of one year's imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Creates crime of unlawfully purchasing or receiving metal property. Punishes by maximum of one year's imprisonment, $6,250 fine, or both. Creates crime of unlawfully transporting metal property. Punishes by maximum of 30 days' imprisonment, $1,250 fine, or both.
|Chapter Number:||Chapter 811|
|Fiscal Impact:||Has Minimal Fiscal Impact|
|Revenue Impact:||No Revenue Impact|
|Measure Analysis:||Staff Measure Summary / Impact Statements|
|Current Location:||Chapter Number Assigned|