FANNIE MAE, NATIONSTAR v CONOVER | MO Appeals Court - Reversed and Remanded Quiet Title, Wrongful Foreclosure Action

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FANNIE MAE, NATIONSTAR v CONOVER | MO Appeals Court – Reversed and Remanded Quiet Title, Wrongful Foreclosure Action

FANNIE MAE, NATIONSTAR v CONOVER | MO Appeals Court – Reversed and Remanded Quiet Title, Wrongful Foreclosure Action

Via: Dave Krieger & Greg Leyh

IN THE MISSOURI COURT OF APPEALS WESTERN DISTRICT

FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION and NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, LLC,

Appellants,

v.

JEFFREY A. CONOVER, et al.,

Respondents.
Appeal from the Circuit Court of Clay County, Missouri The Honorable Karen Krauser, Judge Before Division II: Mark D. Pfeiffer, Presiding Judge, and Joseph M. Ellis and Victor C. Howard, Judges

The Federal National Mortgage Association (“Fannie Mae”) and Nationstar Mortgage, LLC (“Nationstar”), appeal the “final judgment”1 of the Circuit Court of Clay County, Missouri (“trial court”), dated February 11, 2013, (1) granting summary judgment to Jeffrey and Angela Conover (“the Conovers”) in their wrongful foreclosure/quiet title claim against Fannie Mae and Nationstar and (2) dismissing Fannie Mae?s unlawful detainer petition and Fannie Mae and Nationstar?s wrongful foreclosure/quiet title counterclaim. We reverse and remand.

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One Response to “FANNIE MAE, NATIONSTAR v CONOVER | MO Appeals Court – Reversed and Remanded Quiet Title, Wrongful Foreclosure Action”

  1. P Nach says:

    Why do judges continue to apply UCC Article 3 to notes secured by real property? If the judge had applied the correct UCC Article 9, possession is not enough. Transfer for value is required. Any other party acting on behalf of the the owner (someone who gave value in exchange for transfer of rights to payment under the note) must declare itself as an agent or POA and show proof to that effect.
    I hope the Conovers appeal!

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