(1) When the governing body of a county considers it to be for the best interests
of the county to sell any real property acquired in any manner by such county, or
any interest therein less than the whole fee, it shall enter an order upon its records
directing the sheriff to make sale thereof, and fix the minimum price for which each
interest, parcel or group of parcels may be sold and the conditions and terms of sale.
The order may be amended from time to time or revoked as the governing body deems
(2) Subsection (1) of this section and ORS 275.120 to 275.160 do not apply to the sale of any real property to any other public body or to the
sale of any real property that is an industrial facility as defined by ORS 271.510. The sale of industrial facilities shall be made in the manner provided by ORS 271.510 to 271.540.
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