The Oregon Homestead Exemption has been interpreted broadly by state and federal courts. Even a mandatory security deposit has been found to qualify for exemption under ORS 18.395 and 18.402. In a memorandum opinion by Judge Albert Radcliffe entered February 9, 2011, the court rejected the prepayment of $3,900 in rent as exempt under ORS 18.395. In an unfortunate sidenote, Judge Radcliffe passed away just 10 days later at the age of 63.
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If your tax return is audited by the Oregon Department of Revenue, you will likely receive a Notice of Deficiency at the conclusion of the audit. If you receive a Notice of Deficiency or Notice of Assessment, or any other notice from the Department of Revenue, consult with an experienced tax attorney who understands the assessment and collection process and who will advocate on your behalf