b) A tenant cannot temporarily reside in the tenant`s unit of residence. (11) (a) A lessor may not enter into a fixed-term occupancy agreement to evade the lessor`s obligations under this chapter or to reduce the rights of an applicant or tenant under this chapter. c) A lease agreement should not be satisfied with a temporary occupation. Each tenant must have at least one tenant. [2009 c.431 no 6 and 2009 c.816 No 15; 2013 v.294 No 5] (10) A temporary occupant is considered a squatter if the temporary occupier continues to occupy the dwelling unit after the termination of a tenancy agreement or after the tenant has revoked the occupancy permit by terminating the temporary occupancy contract. (7) Landlords, tenants and temporary tenants may renew or renew a temporary occupancy contract or enter into a new temporary occupancy contract. (8) A landlord or tenant is not required to inform the temporary occupier in writing of the termination of a temporary occupancy contract. (3) The fixed-term occupancy contract may be terminated by: (1) As provided in this section, a lessor may allow a person to become temporarily habitable. To create a temporary occupation, the proposed lessor, tenant and temporary resident must enter into a written temporary occupancy contract describing the temporary occupancy ratio. (9) The temporary resident must immediately evacuate the dwelling unit if a lessor terminates a temporary occupancy contract for substantial breach of the temporary occupancy contract or if the fixed-term occupancy contract terminates on its terms.
If ORS 90.449 (discrimination of the victim`s landlord) provides, the landlord may terminate the tenancy agreement in accordance with ORS 90.392 (rescinding the lease for reasons still undetermined) or 90,630 (rescind by the lessor) if the temporary tenant has not immediately evacuated the dwelling or if the tenant physically violates the fixed-term tenancy agreement. (5) Before a temporary occupancy contract is concluded, a lessor may check the behaviour or criminal record of the proposed temporary detainee. The lessor should not check the credit history or income level of the proposed temporary occupier. (b) may provide that the temporary occupier is required to comply with the rules applicable to the premises; (b) the lessor only for reasons that constitute a substantial breach of the temporary occupancy agreement.