Immediately following a declaration made by the State Land Board pursuant to ORS 274.406, the board shall:
(1) Cause reasonable public notice of the declaration to be given to interested parties.
The notice shall:
(a) Describe the land or waterway affected and the nature and extent of the state's
claim. Such notice need not describe the land or waterway in legal terms, but by the use
of common descriptions or maps shall be designed to identify the land or waterway
in a manner intelligible to the layperson and useful in establishing the exact location
of the state claim in relation to existing legal descriptions.
(b) Advise that any person aggrieved by the declaration may seek judicial review of
the declaration pursuant to ORS 274.412.
(2) Send to each owner of record of land described in the declaration a copy of the
declaration made with respect to the land and a statement advising such owner that
any aggrieved party may seek judicial review of the declaration pursuant to ORS 274.412.
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