MA Sen Moore plans to re-introduce Senate Bill 830 in 2013 An Act clearing titles to foreclosed properties

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MA Sen Moore plans to re-introduce Senate Bill 830 in 2013 An Act clearing titles to foreclosed properties

MA Sen Moore plans to re-introduce Senate Bill 830 in 2013 An Act clearing titles to foreclosed properties

Bill S.830 187th (2011 – 2012)

An Act clearing titles to foreclosed properties. By Mr. Moore, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 830) of Michael O. Moore for legislation to clear titles to foreclosed properties. The Judiciary.

Sponsors: Michael O. Moore

source: malegislature.gov

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2 Responses to “MA Sen Moore plans to re-introduce Senate Bill 830 in 2013 An Act clearing titles to foreclosed properties”

  1. Ask youself why they need a bill to quiet title foreclosures if they are clear titles and owned by the forclosers. This is the same issue MERS was invented for, to skirt around clouded titles to move un movable loans. The government thinks poof we can hide the fraud by declaring all titles quiet titled and clear titles. Then this fraud goss away?

  2. Dave Krieger says:

    This Bill appears deficient on its face, lacking terminology that requires notice the bona fide property owners of record (which on many occasions are never properly notified of the foreclosures themselves)to give them an opportunity to challenge any affidavits PRIOR to their recordation. This bill does nothing more than whitewash the banks’ misdeeds in the event of improper foreclosures. Since there is previous evidence of self-manufacture of affidavits to suit the nature and purpose of the foreclosing party (absent the note)this bill further appears to serve the interests of the claimant banks (whether they legally own the property or not, by way of a MERS assignment; or other self-assignment) to the detriment of not only the homeowners but makes a mockery of the real property recordation processes of this State.

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