My recent recollection is that, under Oregon law, judgments are valid for a period of 10 years, after which they expire, unless renewed. So, if the judgment is renewed, then it could still be enforceable, even after 10 years. I believe the correct statute is somewhere under ORS Chapter 18. Assets held in financial institutions are generally subject to collection under judgments. But it may be more difficult if the financial institution is out of state.
*Disclaimer: This is not legal advice; please do not consider it as such.*
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