A party that suffers an adverse judgment in a trial court division may stay said judgment upon filing of an Oregon supersedeas bond. Generally, an order in an action that affects a substantial right or an order that is made in an action after a general judgment is entered and that affects a substantial right whether limited, general or supplemental is appealable unless the amount in controversy is $250 or less. An appeal bond, referenced in the statute as a "supersedeas undertaking", effectively "secures performance of a judgment being appealed and operates to stay enforcement of the judgment pending appeal".
An Oregon supersedeas bond undertaking must contain provisions specific to the type of judgment from which and appeal is taken. The bond penalty (bond amount) is likewise fixed by compliance with the appellate rule provisions. When applying for the bond the appellant must follow 2017 ORS 19.335.
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