MERS wins big once more in Federal Court of Appeals

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If it survives appeal, it will deal a fatal blow to the use of MERS in that state, will almost certainly result in large damages, and will have serious ramifications in other so-called "title theory" states. The Maine victory by Thomas Cox is more decisive, in that MERS has no where to go in Maine after losing in the Supreme Court.

MERS Loses Major Case in Pennsylvania. One of the big reasons that MERS has taken comparatively few losses in court is that it has often settled cases where it looked like it might lose. Today, we’ll deal with the higher-profile one, that of a filing by the Montgomery County recorder in Pennsylvania, Nancy Becker,

This preserves the legal issue for appellate review, and it permits the judge to be more thoughtful (and perhaps do her own research) on the subject. Further, the lawyer who best frames the legal.

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Maryland Court of appeals adopts new foreclosure rule. Posted: 8:27 pm Tue, October 19, 2010 By Steve Lash Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer. ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s highest court on Tuesday approved an emergency rule designed to identify and weed out irregularities in the mortgage foreclosure process.

MERSCORP Holdings announced Thursday that it secured a pair of victories in federal court, as two United States District Courts in Texas recently upheld MERS’ mortgage assignment rights.

Michigan: Court of Appeals Rules Against MERS. The Michigan Court of Appeals determined that a party "must have a legal share, title, or right in the note" in order to own an interest in the indebtedness – rejecting the plaintiffs’ assertion that an ownership interest in the mortgage was sufficient.

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