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Does Oregon Law Allow for a Redemption Period After a Foreclosure?

Oregon law allows for a redemption period after a foreclosure in some cases. Oregon laws allows for both judicial and non judicial foreclosures. If a lender pursues a foreclosure through the judicial system then the borrower has a 180 day right of redemption. There is no right of redemption for non judicial foreclosures.

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