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Oregon eCourt Training Presentation:

​​​The Oregon eCourt ‘File & Serve’ system will be available for Tax Court users starting on April 18, 2016.  Electronic filing will become mandatory for licensed Oregon attorneys on May 31, 2016. The Tax Court will host a training presentation for new users on April 22, 2016, at 12:00 noon in the courtroom of the Oregon Tax Court. To view the PDF presentation, click here

NOTICE:

The Oregon Tax Court ceased data entry in OJIN on March 1, 2016. Data entered after that date is now displayed in the Oregon eCourt Case Information (OECI) system:

https://publicaccess.courts.oregon.gov/PublicAccessLogin/Login.aspx​

OJIN data entered before the March 1 date will remain accessible until April 23, 2016.

These changes will in some instances require some adjustments to the way litigants present their cases to the court.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

​​​Notice: The linked Order filed on April 20, 2015, in the Regular Division of the Oregon Tax Court addresses issues regarding procedures for appeal to the Tax Court and should be considered by appealing parties

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TAX COURT JUDGE
HENRY C. BREITHAUPT

Tax Court Judge Henery C. Breithaupt

WELCOME TO THE STATE OF OREGON TAX COURT

The Oregon Tax Court has exclusive jurisdiction to hear tax appeals under state laws, including personal income tax, property tax, corporation excise tax, timber tax, local budget law, and property tax limitations. The Court has two divisions: the Magistrate Division and the Regular Division.

With a few exceptions, appeals to the Tax Court are first filed in and heard by the Magistrate Division. The decision of the Magistrate can be appealed to the Regular Division.



If your electronic filing is rejected or unsuccessful, refer to TCR 9 B(5)(e) and (f). Those sections of the Tax Court Rules govern requests for the court to consider your documents as having been filed on the date of your first attempt.