Video: Oral Arguments; Washington Supreme Court, BAIN v. Bain v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Sys, et al and Selkowitz v. Litton Loan Servicing, LP, et al.

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[Video] Oral Arguments; Washington Supreme Court, BAIN v. MERS and Selkowitz v. Litton Loan Servicing

[Video] Oral Arguments; Washington Supreme Court, BAIN v. MERS and Selkowitz v. Litton Loan Servicing

Counsels for Kristin Bain & Kevin Selkowitz attorneys Melissa Huelsman and Richard Jones (great voice) did a FANTASTIC, OUTSTANDING JOB!!!

BOMBSHELL: Listen and watch when they ask MERS’ counsel “Who is the holder of the note”? HE DOES NOT KNOW & CANNOT ANSWER!

Oral arguments: Bain v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Sys, et al and Selkowitz v. Little “Litton” Loan Servicing, LP, et al. (May a party be a lawful beneficiary under WA’s Deed of Trust Act if it never held the promissory note secured by the deed of trust?)

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2 Responses to “[Video] Oral Arguments; Washington Supreme Court, BAIN v. MERS and Selkowitz v. Litton Loan Servicing”

  1. papergate says:

    Pathetic – the MERS counsel just danced around the question – over and over again he went on about the selling points of MERS, etc., but at no time could he give a direct and definitive response to the Justice’s inquiry: “Who holds the note. . .” MERS tanked and it seemed obvious with several of the 8 Justices they were frustrated with MERS used car salesman condescending reply to a very straightforward and not at all difficult answer – assuming they can answer; which they (MERS) can’t. Bottom line, if legislation wants to change laws MERS needs to take it up with the legislative body – but this Court was not there to provide legislative ‘lobbying’ about the benefits of MERS; I think they lost this one big time – if not then we are all doomed – someone got to them in the background if MERS gets a vote in these cases. My guess – they lost.

    Huelsman was obviously very nervous – but stayed on point; and Richard Jones was extremely eloquent and his ‘talk’ illuminating – smooth as silk.

    I think it is cheesy and BS though to have to ‘pay’ for the rest of the hearing …. I think enough money has been spent and lost by homeowners – any recordings should be available to the public for free – let them make money on advertisers – not the homeowners who have a stake in this legal question.

  2. eggsistense says:

    Great video! Thanks for posting! 22:53 is where the justice asks MERS’ counsel who the holder is, just in case people want to skip right to it (like I did).

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