Pro se litigants, and new lawyers, will ask us questions about how to “publish a legal notice.” Does it have to be in the newspaper? Which newspaper? What does the notice have to say?
Here are a few pointers, but as always, you’ll need to do some additional legal research and drafting yourself:
3) Oregon Public Notice website, from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association and their Legal Notice Publication Laws webpage (very useful, but read the disclaimer – in fact, you should always read disclaimers)
3) “OSB Civil Pleading and Practice” (print or online at Oregon law libraries – see sidebar for links)
4) As for drafting the notice itself, I recommend you look at published notices to see how they are worded, but don’t assume they are right for your specific circumstances. Consult an attorney – please.
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