Federal judge tosses lawsuit by 14 counties against mortgage registration firm...but AG Conway's suit remains active

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Federal judge tosses lawsuit by 14 counties against mortgage registration firm…but AG Conway’s suit remains active

Federal judge tosses lawsuit by 14 counties against mortgage registration firm…but AG Conway’s suit remains active

I’d like to see if they used the same tactics like in Illinois – UNION COUNTY, ILLINOIS v MERSCORP | Why Judge Murphy Is WRONG About His Facts

 

Kentucky-

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by 14 Kentucky county attorneys against a mortgage registration firm.

U.S. District Court Judge Henry Wilhoit Jr. said Boyd County Attorney Phillip Hedrick and others lacked statutory standing to sue the Virginia-based Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, known as MERS.

Hedrick was not immediately available for comment.

[…]

Conway spokeswoman Allison Martin said Tuesday that Conway’s lawsuit against MERS is “active in Franklin Circuit Court. We are awaiting two rulings on motions that were filed back in the summer.”

[KENTUCKY]

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2 Responses to “Federal judge tosses lawsuit by 14 counties against mortgage registration firm…but AG Conway’s suit remains active”

  1. nydeemarie says:

    I’m so confused…

    Some states require recordaion b4 bringing the action to Court.

    In all states MERS is a business that interferes with the business of the Clerk and the Court.

    The Court in…

    United States v. Angelilli, 660 F. 2d 23 – Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit 1981

    could have been describing MERS….

    In sum, we view the language of § 1961(4), defining enterprise, as unambiguously encompassing governmental units, and we consider that the purpose and history of the Act and the substance of RICO’s provisions demonstrate a clear congressional intent that RICO be interpreted to apply to activities that corrupt public or governmental entities.

  2. Sarah says:

    If it weren’t for Judges “tossing” things. I’d say the game is rigged. MERS was designed as a weapon, but it’s money that matters.

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