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Oregon Family Decision-Making Meeting Law (Oregon Revised Statutes, Chapter 417.365 to 417.375)

Oregon Legislative Assembly
June 4, 2015

Source: (2003) Oregon Revised Statutes, Chapter 417 — Interstate Compacts on Juveniles and Children; Children and Family Services. Legislative Counsel Committee of the Oregon Legislative Assembly. Downloaded 25 January 2005.

Oregon Revised Statutes law covering Family decision-making meetings, with the following sections: 417.365 “Family decision-making meeting” defined for ORS 417.365 to 417.375.
417.368 Consideration of meeting required for certain cases.
417.371 Notice to family members of meeting; definitions.
417.375 Development of family plan; contents.


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