Bristol County Commissioners get update on MERS recording fee lawsuit

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Bristol County Commissioners get update on MERS recording fee lawsuit

Bristol County Commissioners get update on MERS recording fee lawsuit

The Taunton Daily Gazette

The Bristol County Board of Commissioners received an update on the county’s lawsuit against a national financial services company over registry of deeds recording fees.

The Bristol County Board of Commissioners received an update on the county’s lawsuit filed against the Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems from the county’s lawyer. The commissioners discussed the update from attorney Robert Naumes during Tuesday’s meeting at the Superior Courthouse in Taunton.

Naumes told the Board of Commissioners that the case against MERS, originally filed last March in Suffolk Superior Court in concert with the Norfolk and Plymouth county governments, was ordered by a judge to be moved back from a federal court to the state court. Naumes said that this means that the county’s law team will be able to start working on the case.

[The Taunton Daily Gazette]

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  1. State court is where all the mortgage property record law suits belong. it is a crime they are being ruled in federal court at all. State properties and residents of the state and many branches of the foreclosers in the states. The jurisdiction is wrong in federal court. Flat out wrong in my opinion. The banks engage in business and their employees are living in each state on state soil.

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