Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure – Rule 24

ORCP 24 – Joinder of Claims

A Permissive joinder. A plaintiff may join in a complaint, either as independent or as alternate claims, as many claims, legal or equitable, as the plaintiff has against an opposing party.

B Forcible entry and detainer and rental due. If a claim of forcible entry and detainer and a claim for rental due are joined, the defendant shall have the same time to appear as is provided by rule or statute in actions for the recovery of rental due.

C Separate statement. The claims joined must be separately stated and must not require different places of trial.

[CCP 12/2/78; amended by 1979 c.284 §18]​