- Mar 10, 2011
- Phoenix, AZ
Ordinarily, a person who does not have their primary residence in OR or one of its surrounding states cannot obtain an OR CHL. However, I read something in OR law that appears to say that, for purposes of being eligible for a CHL, a person is considered a resident of an OR county if they own real property in that county. Notably, it didn't specify if any particular type of structure must have been erected thereon, so theoretically an empty lot would qualify. Is it really that case this would allow persons who are not residents of the aforementioned states to obtain an OR CHL?