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You are looking for Or. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 88.103, which states in pertinent part:
(1) When real property is sold pursuant to a judgment foreclosing a mortgage and the proceeds of the sale are not adequate to satisfy the amounts secured by the mortgage, all judgment remedies for collection of the unsatisfied amounts expire when the sale is made if:
(a) The mortgage was given to a seller to secure the unpaid balance of the purchase price of real property
In plain English, the above states that if a mortgage loan was taken to purchase property, then it is a non-recourse loan.
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