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Oregon Revised Statutes Courts of Record; Court Officers; Juries § 9.155

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Upon the filing of a petition with the Oregon State Bar signed by 25 percent of the members of the bar from a region for the recall of a delegate elected from that region, the executive director shall serve notice on the delegate of the filing of the petition. If the delegate does not resign within 15 days after the date that the notice is served, the executive director shall mail ballots to each member of the bar within the region. The ballots shall submit the question of whether the delegate should be recalled. If a majority of the members voting in the election vote in favor of the recall, the delegate is recalled and the position held by the delegate becomes vacant upon the executive director's declaration of the results of the election.

Cite this article: - Oregon Revised Statutes Courts of Record; Court Officers; Juries § 9.155 - last updated January 01, 2018 |

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