ORCP 67 – JUDGMENTS
A Definitions. “Judgment” as used in these rules has the meaning given that term in ORS 18.005. “Order” as used in these rules means any other determination by a court or judge that is intermediate in nature.
B Judgment for less than all claims or parties in action. When more than one claim for relief is presented in an action, whether as a claim, counterclaim, cross-claim, or third party claim, or when multiple parties are involved, the court may render a limited judgment as to one or more but fewer than all of the claims or parties. A judge may render a limited judgment under this section only if the judge determines that there is no just reason for delay.
C Demand for judgment. Every judgment shall grant the relief to which the party in whose favor it is rendered is entitled. A judgment for relief different in kind from or exceeding the amount prayed for in the pleadings may not be rendered unless reasonable notice and opportunity to be heard are given to any party against whom the judgment is to be entered.
D Judgment in action for recovery of personal property. In an action to recover the possession of personal property, judgment for the plaintiff may be for the possession, or the value of the property, in case a delivery cannot be had and damages for the detention of the property. If the property has been delivered to the plaintiff and the defendant claims a return of the property, judgment for the defendant may be for a return of the property, or the value of the property in case a return cannot be had, and damages for taking and withholding the same.
E Judgment in action against partnership, unincorporated association, or parties jointly indebted.
E(1) Partnership and unincorporated association. Judgment in an action against a partnership or unincorporated association which is sued in any name which it has assumed or by which it is known may be entered against such partnership or association and shall bind the joint property of all of the partners or associates.
E(2) Joint obligations; effect of judgment. In any action against parties jointly indebted upon a joint obligation, contract, or liability, judgment may be taken against less than all such parties and a default, dismissal, or judgment in favor of or against less than all of such parties in an action does not preclude a judgment in the same action in favor of or against the remaining parties.
F Judgment by stipulation.
F(1) Availability of judgment by stipulation. At any time after commencement of an action, a judgment may be given upon stipulation that a judgment for a specified amount or for a specific relief may be entered. The stipulation shall be of the party or parties against whom judgment is to be entered and the party or parties in whose favor judgment is to be entered. If the stipulation provides for attorney fees, costs, and disbursements, they may be entered as part of the judgment according to the stipulation.
F(2) Filing; assent in open court. The stipulation for judgment may be in a writing signed by the parties, their attorneys, or their authorized representatives, which writing shall be filed in accordance with Rule 9. The stipulation may be subjoined or appended to, and part of, a proposed form of judgment. If not in writing, the stipulation shall be assented to by all parties thereto in open court.
G Judgment on portion of claim exceeding counterclaim. The court may direct entry of a limited judgment as to that portion of any claim which exceeds a counterclaim asserted by the party or parties against whom the judgment is entered, if such party or parties have admitted the claim and asserted a counterclaim amounting to less than the claim.
[CCP 12/13/80; §§A,B,G amended by 2003 c.576 §§90,261,568; §C amended by CCP 12/11/04]