I see. Thank you for clarifying this for me.
Oregon law does not treat such situations as a landlord-tenant relationship and excludes this type of arrangement from the normal process required for eviction
An employee described in ORS 90.110 (Exclusions from application of this chapter)
(7) may only be evicted pursuant to ORS 105.105 (Entry to be lawful and peaceable only)
to 105.168 (Minor as party in proceedings pertaining to residential dwellings)
after at least 24 hours written notice of the termination of employment or a notice period set forth in a written employment contract, whichever is longer. This section does not create the relationship of landlord and tenant
between a landlord and such employee. [1987 c.611 §3; 1997 c.577 §29; 2001 c.596 §41]
Here is a link to this section of the code:
Under Section 105.105 referenced in the statute above, the employer may remove an employee from the premises only if such removal is peaceable and without force. Otherwise, they would typically need to seek a court order so the sheriff can remove the employee.
Therefore, the employer must typically provide at least 24 hours written notice of the termination to employee or a longer period of notice if set out by contract and then may only remove the employee from the premises after the notice period if such removal is peaceable and without force. In other words, if you resist, they must normally obtain a court order before removing you, which could take some time.
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