Federal-State Split Forming Over MERS's Authority

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Federal-State Split Forming Over MERS’s Authority

Federal-State Split Forming Over MERS’s Authority

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The Legal Intelligencer-

A split between state and federal courts has begun to emerge over the authority of the mortgage registry company MERS, according to several attorneys who work in the field.

Earlier this month, the state Superior Court reissued as precedential a decision from September finding that the company, which is estimated to have processed hundreds of thousands of mortgages across the state, has the authority to assign mortgages. The ruling in Gibson v. Bank of America reaffirmed a 2009 holding from the Superior Court that denied a mortgagor’s attempts to stall a sheriff’s sale by arguing that Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems did not have authority to foreclose on a property.

However, in July, U.S. District Senior Judge J. Curtis Joyner of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania allowed a class action suit on behalf of county clerks to go forward against MERS. Class members alleged its mortgage-assignment tracking system was in violation of state law.

Read more: http://www.thelegalintelligencer.com/id=1202673768022/FederalState-Split-Forming-Over-MERSs-Authority#ixzz3GnH7JOSM

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