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Oregon real estate laws

HomeOregon Real EstateOregon real estate laws

Real estate laws are a set of laws developed by the federal government, Oregon.

According to Oregon real estate laws, the tenants and landowners can make rental agreements and

they fall under the section code of 90.240, 300, 427; 659A. 421

Laws of rental agreements:

In Oregon, Uniform residential tenant and landlord act is adopted.

According to this, the real estate laws involved in rental agreements are as follows:

  • While renting a property, there should not be any kind of discrimination on the basis of

color, creed, race, sex, age, religion and more.

  • The individual is supposed to pay some amount as security deposit and the amount can vary.

But the security deposit is refunded in a span of 30 days.

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