TFH 12/3 | Foreclosure Workshop #51: Robinson v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems — Understanding MERS as the Rubik's Cube of American Mortgage Law

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TFH 12/3 | Foreclosure Workshop #51: Robinson v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems — Understanding MERS as the Rubik’s Cube of American Mortgage Law

TFH 12/3 | Foreclosure Workshop #51: Robinson v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems — Understanding MERS as the Rubik’s Cube of American Mortgage Law

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Sunday – December 3

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Foreclosure Workshop #51: Robinson v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems — Understanding MERS as the Rubik’s Cube of American Mortgage Law

 

 

 

Listeners to the Foreclosure Hour are familiar with the manner in which MERS has baffled our legal system for most of the past two decades since its artificial creation, reportedly formed in the Washington D.C. law offices of Covington & Burling.

Incorporated originally by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the Big Banks, and one large title company, its purported original purpose was to expedite with cost savings the tracking of the securitized buying and selling and slicing and dicing of ownership interests in mortgages in the United States.

In reality, however, MERS evolved into a blatant attempt in part to nullify the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution by substituting a quasi-federal government sponsored private mortgage recording system in place of the historical control of the tracking of land titles and ownership in real property by States through their individual recording offices.

And for many reasons, reviewed on several of our past shows, MERS became in reality an unregulated underground network composed of a proliferation of white collar thieves and robo-signers covering up their fraudulent activities through false record keeping, which at first went largely unnoticed by state and federal judges.

Increasingly, however, legal challenges to MERS began to unravel that Rubik’s Cube, as it were, which recently reached a new legal plateau in the case of Robinson v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, which MERS dispute went from the Los Angeles County Superior Court to the United States District Court for the Central District of California to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to the United States Supreme Court.

We are grateful to have live on our radio show today Dan Robinson and his attorney Al West, who will provide us with their firsthand experiences challenging in court the legal and constitutional standing of MERS, and lessons learned.

Additionally, John and I will offer our own suggestions concerning how the American Legal System can learn and profit by their experiences.

Please go to our website, www.foreclosurehour.com, and join your fellow homeowners in the Homeowners SuperPac today.

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