MERS vs. MERS | Bankers' mortgage system survives legal storm in Utah, Leaves gaps behind

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MERS vs. MERS | Bankers’ mortgage system survives legal storm in Utah, Leaves gaps behind

MERS vs. MERS | Bankers’ mortgage system survives legal storm in Utah, Leaves gaps behind

MERS suing itself has been going on in loads of foreclosure cases being named both plaintiff and a defendant. Any conflicts?

Here’s one example & then this goody NY SUPREME COURT JUDGE BASHES ‘MERS’ FOR SUING ITSELF…OWNS NOTHING!


The Salt Lake Tribune-

It says something about the ubiquity of the alternative mortgage registration system created by the nation’s bankers that it is now suing itself in a Utah lawsuit.

But even without that anomaly, the lawsuit is a bizarre confluence of factors that has caught a Draper couple in a situation where they bought a home based on a clean title report only to now be in court fighting to ensure the transaction was legitimate.

[THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE]

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One Response to “MERS vs. MERS | Bankers’ mortgage system survives legal storm in Utah, Leaves gaps behind”

  1. Steve Jefferson says:

    MERS, Fannie Mae, Banks, corrupt politicians. regulators and judges – when will they become part of Memorial Day?

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