As used in this chapter:

Terms Used In Oregon Statutes 19.005

  • Appeal: A request made after a trial, asking another court (usually the court of appeals) to decide whether the trial was conducted properly. To make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an appeal." One who appeals is called the appellant.
  • Exhibits: means exhibits offered and received or rejected in the trial court. See Oregon Statutes 19.005
  • Judgment: means a judgment or appealable order, as provided in ORS 19. See Oregon Statutes 19.005
  • Jury instructions: A judge's directions to the jury before it begins deliberations regarding the factual questions it must answer and the legal rules that it must apply. Source: U.S. Courts
  • Notice of appeal: includes a notice of cross-appeal. See Oregon Statutes 19.005
  • Pleadings: Written statements of the parties in a civil case of their positions. In the federal courts, the principal pleadings are the complaint and the answer.
  • Reporter: Makes a record of court proceedings and prepares a transcript, and also publishes the court's opinions or decisions (in the courts of appeals).
  • Summons: Another word for subpoena used by the criminal justice system.
  • Transcript: means the transcript of the court reporter's report as provided in ORS 8. See Oregon Statutes 19.005
  • Trial: A hearing that takes place when the defendant pleads "not guilty" and witnesses are required to come to court to give evidence.
  • Trial court file: means all the original papers filed in the trial court whether before or after judgment, including but not limited to the summons and proof of service thereof, pleadings, motions, affidavits, depositions, stipulations, orders, jury instructions, the judgment, the notice of appeal and the undertaking on appeal. See Oregon Statutes 19.005
  • Undertaking on appeal: includes undertakings for costs and supersedeas undertakings. See Oregon Statutes 19.005

(1) ‘Exhibits’ means exhibits offered and received or rejected in the trial court.

(2) ‘Judgment’ means a judgment or appealable order, as provided in ORS 19.205.

(3) ‘Notice of appeal‘ includes a notice of cross-appeal.

(4) ‘Record’ or ‘record of the case’ means the trial court file and any transcript, narrative statement and exhibits.

(5) ‘Supersedeas undertaking’ means an undertaking on appeal that secures performance of a judgment being appealed and operates to stay enforcement of the judgment pending appeal.

(6) ‘Transcript’ means the transcript of the court reporter‘s report as provided in ORS 8.340, 8.350 and 8.360 and any transcript of an audio record prepared under ORS 19.370.

(7) ‘Trial court file’ means all the original papers filed in the trial court whether before or after judgment, including but not limited to the summons and proof of service thereof, pleadings, motions, affidavits, depositions, stipulations, orders, jury instructions, the judgment, the notice of appeal and the undertaking on appeal.

(8) ‘Undertaking for costs’ means an undertaking on appeal that secures payment of costs and disbursements that may be awarded against an appellant on appeal, and any amounts that may be awarded to the respondent under the provisions of ORS 19.445.

(9) ‘Undertaking on appeal’ means a promise secured by sureties or by money, bond or any other security described in ORS 22.020. ‘Undertaking on appeal’ includes undertakings for costs and supersedeas undertakings. [1959 c.558 § 2; 1985 c.734 § 2; 1997 c.71 § 12; 1997 c.389 § 23; 1997 c.801 § 124; 1999 c.59 § 9; 1999 c.367 § 5; 2003 c.576 § 280]

 

[Amended by 1973 c.197 § 1; 1977 c.208 § 4; 1979 c.562 § 3; 1981 c.898 § 18; 1997 c.389 § 24; renumbered 19.205 in 1997]

 

[Formerly 13.410; renumbered 19.215 in 1997]

 

[Formerly 13.400; renumbered 19.225 in 1997]

 

[Renumbered 19.245 in 1997]

 

[Formerly 19.030; 1969 c.198 § 37; 1973 c.207 § 3; 1981 c.177 § 1; 1997 c.389 § 5; renumbered 19.240 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 4; 1973 c.207 § 4; 1979 c.284 § 55; 1987 c.852 § 5; renumbered 19.255 in 1997]

 

[1979 c.297 § 1; 1985 c.734 § 3; 1987 c.852 § 6; 1989 c.768 § 12; 1997 c.389 § 6; renumbered 19.260 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 5; 1971 c.565 § 6; 1973 c.207 § 5; 1983 c.621 § 1; 1985 c.734 § 4; renumbered 19.250 in 1997]

 

[Amended by 1959 c.558 § 3; renumbered 19.023]

 

[1959 c.558 § 6; 1969 c.198 § 38; 1971 c.565 § 7; 1983 c.673 § 22; 1983 c.740 § 4; 1985 c.734 § 5; 1989 c.195 § 1; 1995 c.800 § 11; 1997 c.71 § 14; 1997 c.389 § 20; 1997 c.801 § 90; renumbered 19.270 in 1997]

 

[1987 c.712 § 2; renumbered 19.235 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 7; 1963 c.27 § 1; 1969 c.198 § 39; 1971 c.193 § 19; 1983 c.774 § 6; renumbered 19.265 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 8; 1981 c.483 § 1; 1983 c.673 § 23; 1985 c.734 § 6; 1991 c.331 § 3; 1995 c.79 § 7; repealed by 1997 c.71 § 20]

 

[Amended by 1977 c.416 § 6; 1981 c.483 § 2; 1985 c.734 § 7; 1991 c.331 § 4; repealed by 1997 c.71 § 20]

 

[1959 c.558 § 9; 1977 c.416 § 1; 1985 c.734 § 8; repealed by 1997 c.71 § 20]

 

[Amended by 1983 c.763 § 60; 1987 c.852 § 7; repealed by 1997 c.71 § 20]

 

[Amended by 1997 c.71 § 15; renumbered 19.345 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 10; 1969 c.198 § 40; 1997 c.389 § 21; 1997 c.801 § 124a; renumbered 19.365 in 1997]

 

[1971 c.565 § 10; 1997 c.801 § 125; renumbered 19.385 in 1997]

 

[Repealed by 1959 c.558 § 51]

 

[1959 c.558 § 11; 1969 c.198 § 41; 1971 c.193 § 20; 1971 c.565 § 8; repealed by 1997 c.389 § 22]

 

[1959 c.558 § 12; 1971 c.193 § 21; 1971 c.565 § 11; 1981 c.51 § 1; 1989 c.1053 § 9; 1995 c.273 § 7; 1997 c.801 § 126; renumbered 19.370 in 1997]

 

[Amended by 1959 c.558 § 18; renumbered 19.118]

 

[1959 c.558 § 13; 1985 c.565 § 2a; renumbered 19.375 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 14; 1969 c.198 § 42; 1971 c.193 § 22; renumbered 19.380 in 1997]

 

[Repealed by 1959 c.558 § 51]

 

[1959 c.558 § 15; 1963 c.372 § 1; 1969 c.198 § 43; repealed by 1971 c.565 § 12 (19.095 enacted in lieu of 19.094)]

 

[1971 c.565 § 13 (19.095 enacted in lieu of 19.094); renumbered 19.395 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 16; 1969 c.198 § 44; 1971 c.193 § 23; 1971 c.565 § 14; repealed by 1997 c.389 § 22]

 

[Repealed by 1959 c.558 § 51]

 

[1959 c.558 § 27; 1979 c.284 § 56; 1997 c.389 § 25; 1997 c.801 § 128; renumbered 19.500 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 20 (enacted in lieu of 19.110); 1969 c.198 § 45; 1971 c.193 § 24; 1985 c.734 § 9; repealed by 1997 c.389 § 22]

 

[Repealed by 1959 c.558 § 19 (19.108 enacted in lieu of 19.110)]

 

[1985 c.734 § 11; 1997 c.389 § 19; 1997 c.801 § 89; renumbered 19.410 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 22; renumbered 19.390 in 1997]

 

[Formerly 19.080; 1969 c.198 § 46; 1983 c.763 § 7; renumbered 19.400 in 1997]

 

[Repealed by 1959 c.558 § 51]

 

[1959 c.558 § 21; 1965 c.177 § 6; 1979 c.396 § 1; renumbered 19.415 in 1997]

 

[Amended by 1955 c.497 § 6; 1959 c.558 § 24; 1969 c.198 § 47; 1985 c.540 § 45; renumbered 19.420 in 1997]

 

[Renumbered 19.425 in 1997]

[Amended by 1959 c.33 § 1; repealed by 1959 c.558 § 25 (19.190 enacted in lieu of 19.150)]

 

[Renumbered 19.445 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 17; renumbered 19.510 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 23; 1969 c.198 § 48; renumbered 19.435 in 1997]

 

[1959 c.558 § 26 (enacted in lieu of 19.150); 1969 c.198 § 49; 1981 c.178 § 1; 1985 c.540 § 27; 1985 c.734 § 12; 1987 c.586 § 11; 1997 c.71 § 16; renumbered 19.450 in 1997]

 

[1979 c.284 § 58; renumbered 19.430 in 1997]

 

APPEALABLE JUDGMENTS

 

(Generally)