Withholding of Oregon Tax on Out-of-State Sellers of Oregon Real Estate


In the 2007 regular session, the Oregon Legislature adopted ORS 314.258, requiring any person that is an “authorized agent” to withhold and pay to the Oregon Department of Revenue a portion of the consideration received in a “conveyance” of an Oregon “real property interest” when the transferor is an out-of-state individual or corporation.

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