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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: local_dirt] #15040143 07/11/20
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Originally Posted by local_dirt




Sounds like Venezuela.


Was thinking the same thing.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040156 07/11/20
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Washington state is pretty much the same. If squatters claim they are homeless, law enforcement will not do anything.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040166 07/11/20
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I had a similar problem with a 100 acres of land that was left to me by my mother . Trespassers riding atvs , poachers and dumping garbage . I leased it to a local guy and his 2 sons to hunt for $1 per year with and understanding that he would keep folks out . Problem solved .


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040215 07/11/20
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Under Oregon law, a squatter must show he has maintained open, exclusive and continuous use of the property for at least 10 years, and to have honestly believed he owned the property. Yet it can't be conferred to people who know they are trespassing or, as in Logsdon's case, breaking and entering.


I suspect the "honestly believed he owned the property" part pretty much takes them out given we have property taxes to pay in this state.


The process of evicting a squatter generally goes something like this:

1.Call the police immediately. When you find someone on your property, call the police. ...
2.Serve an eviction notice. Serve the squatter with an eviction notice. ...
3.File a lawsuit. ...
4.Have the squatter removed. ...
5.Handle any belongings left behind.

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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040229 07/11/20
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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040245 07/11/20
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If someone left me property anywhere in Oregon, Washington, or California - I would sell it immediately. The Oregon coast is a nice place to visit (especially if you can avoid going near Portland), but I wouldn't want to own anything there.

And no - the Oregon coast is not all public.

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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040248 07/11/20
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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040251 07/11/20
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A friend in Anchorage had a fourplex and one of the tenants refused to pay and he couldn’t kick them out as it was winter time.

So,,he moved in with them. Walked in and went to the bathroom where the woman was showering, dropped his pants and took a crap. Stripped off to his drawers, went to the fridge and helped himself to the cold beer and went to the couch and stretched out..

They left that evening.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040252 07/11/20
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The squatters probably couldn't even pay the property taxes.

Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040255 07/11/20
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Originally Posted by CashisKing
I will begin by saying I may be wrong or inaccurate in some the following facts... However it is a recap as I best recall.

Friend of mine recently moved to NM from here in Virginia recently. .. Military guy... former Army EOD etc. Early 40s

He had inherited 120 acres of coastline in Oregon somewhere in the past... plans to retire there someday... do not know any more. Speaks of the land with affection. Apparently it has good value also. Don't know.

He got a phone call from the neighbor that squatters have take up living on his land. He has called the local police (and State also?) and apparently not made progress getting the squatters evicted. Also apparently, Oregon has a law granting homeless people the right to occupy land that is not occupied by the owner...

Don't know much more, but sounds like a dang weird mess to me.

Is Oregon really that strange?


Yes.

Oregon is really that bad.

It's one of the hardest states to evict lawful tenants who quit paying they rent. As I understand It's virtually impossible.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: Lennie] #15040264 07/11/20
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Originally Posted by Lennie
Washington state is pretty much the same. If squatters claim they are homeless, law enforcement will not do anything.


Didn't they (WA) recently pass laws about eviction of houseboat and cars?

Its pretty strange for both given the Anti-California-Emmigree sentiment that abounds in both states.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040340 07/11/20
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Fella that owns the pasture I keep steers in just went through this last week.

Homeless camp squatters on the property. Called police and they rousted them out. Wouldn't arrest them though.

He suggested we burn everything left behind. Tents, clothes, food, bikes...


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: FreeMe] #15040344 07/11/20
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Originally Posted by FreeMe
If someone left me property anywhere in Oregon, Washington, or California - I would sell it immediately. The Oregon coast is a nice place to visit (especially if you can avoid going near Portland), but I wouldn't want to own anything there.

And no - the Oregon coast is not all public.


I had heard it years back but never really looked into it.

https://www.oregon.gov/lcd/OCMP/Pages/Public-Access.aspx


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040374 07/11/20
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Depends on the County and it’s ordnance / laws on eviction of squatters. In Multnomah County, the largest county in Portland. Squatters do not have any rights.

Police won’t legally remove a squatter, if the squatter says they have a legal right to occupy the property.

Property owner can ask the squatters to vacate within 24 hours after providing a written - and posted on the house notice.

If squatters refuse to leave, owner goes to court and files for a mediation hearing. Should the squatter show up, the mediator tries to persuade the squatter to leave....If the squatter doesn’t appear for mediation, the court rules in favor of the property owner and provides a letter from the court to vacate the property within 4 days.

If the squatter still doesn’t leave after the 4 day notice of vacate. The owner must return to court to have a “Writ” performed by the court which allows LE to remove the squatter, physically, if necessary.

Good Luck! Yes, Oregon is a messed up beyond repair State.

I personally know a landlord and property owner who every few years would come a cross a squatter trying to reside on one of his many properties. He would tell them they had 24hours to leave. If they didn’t, he would constantly check the property waiting for the squatters to leave for errands or what-not.

Owner would kick the door in and he and his workers would load all the squatters contents in his hauler. Locksmith was called and lockes were changed....Contents were hauled to a landfill....This was 16 years ago. Laws/ordnance’s have changed.

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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040393 07/11/20
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What do the invaders do when they squat?

Sounds as though some of the victimized landowners are not very inventive.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: MadMooner] #15040411 07/11/20
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Originally Posted by MadMooner
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If someone left me property anywhere in Oregon, Washington, or California - I would sell it immediately. The Oregon coast is a nice place to visit (especially if you can avoid going near Portland), but I wouldn't want to own anything there.

And no - the Oregon coast is not all public.


I had heard it years back but never really looked into it.

https://www.oregon.gov/lcd/OCMP/Pages/Public-Access.aspx


Access to beaches is not the same thing as "public coast". Not relevant to this discussion, anyway. Lots of houses and hotels (privately owned) are built right up to the high tide line on deeded land. All over the Oregon coast. Like I said.....nice place to visit. And I've done so many times.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: FreeMe] #15040425 07/11/20
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Originally Posted by FreeMe
Originally Posted by MadMooner
Originally Posted by FreeMe
If someone left me property anywhere in Oregon, Washington, or California - I would sell it immediately. The Oregon coast is a nice place to visit (especially if you can avoid going near Portland), but I wouldn't want to own anything there.

And no - the Oregon coast is not all public.


I had heard it years back but never really looked into it.

https://www.oregon.gov/lcd/OCMP/Pages/Public-Access.aspx


Access to beaches is not the same thing as "public coast". Not relevant to this discussion, anyway. Lots of houses and hotels (privately owned) are built right up to the high tide line on deeded land. All over the Oregon coast. Like I said.....nice place to visit. And I've done so many times.
We once rented a condo in LIncoln City, OR for a few days. At high tide the waves beat against the foundations of the building, right under our deck. A monster wave would have filled the livingroom.


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: CashisKing] #15040456 07/11/20
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I'd invest in a pickup truck load of beer and invite some local bikers to party on my land. Call them "private security specialists".


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: 1minute] #15040491 07/11/20
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Under Oregon law, a squatter must show he has maintained open, exclusive and continuous use of the property for at least 10 years, and to have honestly believed he owned the property. Yet it can't be conferred to people who know they are trespassing or, as in Logsdon's case, breaking and entering.


I suspect the "honestly believed he owned the property" part pretty much takes them out given we have property taxes to pay in this state.


The process of evicting a squatter generally goes something like this:

1.Call the police immediately. When you find someone on your property, call the police. ...
2.Serve an eviction notice. Serve the squatter with an eviction notice. ...
3.File a lawsuit. ...
4.Have the squatter removed. ...
5.Handle any belongings left behind.





I've had to take it a bit farther than that..


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Re: Squatters on Oregon coastline. [Re: FreeMe] #15040514 07/11/20
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Originally Posted by FreeMe
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Originally Posted by FreeMe
If someone left me property anywhere in Oregon, Washington, or California - I would sell it immediately. The Oregon coast is a nice place to visit (especially if you can avoid going near Portland), but I wouldn't want to own anything there.

And no - the Oregon coast is not all public.


I had heard it years back but never really looked into it.

https://www.oregon.gov/lcd/OCMP/Pages/Public-Access.aspx


Access to beaches is not the same thing as "public coast". Not relevant to this discussion, anyway. Lots of houses and hotels (privately owned) are built right up to the high tide line on deeded land. All over the Oregon coast. Like I said.....nice place to visit. And I've done so many times.


I've stayed at rentals and camped there on the coast. It is beautiful.

The public beaches there are WAY different than the situation here in WA.
I live on an island and public beaches/access is about as rare as a Trump flag in King county. Lol. Nearly everything to at least low tide is private.

Anyway, good luck to the OP's buddy. Sounds like he's gonna need it.


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