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MERS’ authority to assign mortgages has been upheld by courts across the country, despite repeated challenges by borrowers. Just in the past year, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld MERS’ authority to assign a mortgage in. Citing the Fifth Circuit’s prior decision in Reinagel v. The advantage of a Short Sale compared to a.
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MERSCORP’s rights as mortgagee have come under fire in many courtrooms throughout the U.S., but a decision from the Massachusetts Court of Appeals reinforces the company’s right to assign a.
· MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. today announced that the Massachusetts Court of Appeals ruled that MERS is a valid mortgagee that can hold legal title to the mortgage with the right to assign its interest in the mortgage. In Farmer v. Federal National Mortgage Association, the borrower sought to invalidate a completed foreclosure.
First Circuit Upholds MERS Mortgage System Under Massachusetts Law – Read the Mortgages legal blogs that have been posted by Ryan M. Cunningham on Lawyers.com
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Homeowners have the right to challenge the assignments of their mortgages, says a new opinion from the First Circuit Court of Appeals, the federal appellate court covering Massachusetts and other New England states. In the case of Culhane v. Aurora Loan Services, 2013 WL 563374,
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· Massachusetts Court of Appeals upholds MERS rights MERSCORP’s rights as mortgagee have come under fire in many courtrooms throughout the U.S., but a decision from the Massachusetts Court of Appeals reinforces the company’s right to assign a mortgage.
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MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. today announced that the Massachusetts Court of Appeals ruled that MERS is a valid mortgagee that can hold legal title to the mortgage with the right to assign its interest in the mortgage. In Farmer v. Federal National Mortgage Association, the borrower sought to invalidate a completed foreclosure.
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Massachusetts Appeals Court Upholds MERS Mortgage System – Read the Mortgages legal blogs that have been posted by Ryan M. Cunningham on Lawyers.com