PJ is the power of the court over D's person or property. Oregon courts have PJ if the Oregon law grants the power and the law is constitutional. Under Oregon law, there are 3 bases for PJ: (1) consent, (2) presence, and (3) the long arm statute. [Consent: express and implied. . . Presence: (1) actual, (2) domiciled, (3) doing business. . . Long Arm: Land, Injury Matrimony, Insurance, Transaction].