Or. Admin. R. 660-041-0160 - Appraisals Under Section 7 of Measure 49
(1) A Claimant seeking relief under section 7 of Measure 49 must provide an appraisal for the Measure 37 Claim Property showing the fair market value one year before the enactment of the Land Use Regulation(s) that are the basis for the Claim, and the fair market value one year after the enactment of the Land Use Regulation(s).
(2) The appraisal provided under this rule must also show the present fair market value of each lot, parcel or dwelling that the Claimant is seeking under section 7(2) of Measure 49. The appraisal must comply with all provisions of section 7(7) of Measure 49.
(3) For the Claimant to obtain relief under section 7, the appraisal must show that the enactment of one or more Land Use Regulations that are the basis of the Claim, other than land use regulations described in ORS 197.352(3) (2005), caused a reduction in the fair market value of the Measure 37 Claim Property that is equal to or greater than the fair market value of the home site approvals that may be established on the property under section 7(2) of Measure 49. The reduction in fair market value of the Measure 37 Claim Property must be measured as set forth in section 7(6) of Measure 49.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 197.040, 197.065 & Ch. 424, OL 2007
Stats. Implemented: ORS 195.300 - 195.336, 197.015, 197.040, 197.065, 197.353 & Ch. 424, OL 2007
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