Oregon Supreme Court will tackle MERS foreclosure issues

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Oregon Supreme Court will tackle MERS foreclosure issues

Oregon Supreme Court will tackle MERS foreclosure issues

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OregonLive-

A day after a key ruling from a lower appeals court, the Oregon Supreme Court said it will resolve uncertainty surrounding the mortgage industry’s controversial loan tracking system and its role in out-of-court foreclosures.

The state’s highest court on Thursday  officially accepted questions sent to it by U.S. District Court chief judge Ann Aiken.

The questions stem from four cases challenging the legality under Oregon law of the Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. and non-judicial foreclosures.

On Wednesday, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled in a separate case that a record of past mortgage sales must be filed publicly in Oregon before an out-of-court foreclosure can begin.

[OREGON LIVE]

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