BREAKING NEWS —
The case of MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. v. Daniel and Darla Robinson is headed for the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Oral arguments are set to be heard on Thursday, December 8, 2016 in the Pasadena, California branch and California Attorney Al West, contributor to THE QUIET TITLE WAR MANUAL is now admitted to practice before the U.S. 9th Circuit and is slated to present the oral argument, at the insistence of the Robinsons.
If you are within traveling distance of the Pasadena, California branch, Al West has requested that you “pack the courtroom” for this event!
There are several key issues here that are of national importance, which is what some judges are saying makes this case a national landmark case:
- where a federal judge has reversed a state judge’s ruling on a quiet title action, when the parties who claim an interest had a state court remedy to open up the judgment and challenge it and failed to exercise that right;
- where MERS and MERSCORP came in and accused the judge of being an “actor” in depriving MERS and MERSCORP of their civil rights; and
- where MERS and MERSCORP claimed they were entitled to notice, yet there is nothing in the Robinson’s Deed of Trust that entitles MERS to: (a.) notice rights; and (b.) assign any interest to anyone.