MERS, Inc., Appellant v Southwest Homes of Arkansas, Appellee The second State Supreme Court ruling – AR 2009. BAC v US Bank – FL Appellate court upholds the concept of determining the standing of the foreclosing party before allowing summary judgement. All cases in FL must now go through this process.
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· MERS continues racking up wins. Today, rhode island superior court associate Justice, Allen Rubine rejected another claim of wrongful foreclosure against MERS and their co-defendants in the case of Akalarian v. RBMG, Inc., et al, wherein the borrower alleged that MERS had no authority to assign the mortgage and that because.
Major Oregon Supreme Court ruling undermines MERS, but leaves registry room to challenge. That case alone prompted analysts to project a slowdown in nonjudicial foreclosures in Oregon – and a preference for judicial foreclosures to guarantee some certainty. The case eventually went up to the state supreme court on appeal and resulted in Thursday’s decision.
Bain vs. MERS – Washington State Supreme Court. The ultimate determination of the Bains vs. MERS case at the Federal District Court level may or may not answer the question of retroactive application. The. Supreme Court has opened the door for claims against MERS and its cohorts
MERS Case Reaches U.S. Supreme Court According to Housing Wire , a controversial case challenging the ability of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems (MERS) to foreclose on a California man was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court Monday, making it the first major MERS case to reach the nation’s highest court.