IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF OREGON
REBECCA FISHER and TRAVIS FISHER,
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., (“MERS”) a Delaware Corporation;
RECONTRUST COMPANY N.A., (“ReconTrust”) a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation
(“BAC”) a Delaware Corporation’
Plaintiffs allege defendants have not complied with the legal requirements a valid non-judicial foreclosure. Among other allegations, plaintiffs allege defendants failed to record all assignments of the trust deed in the county land records prior to initiating the foreclosure proceedings. (Compl. ~ 22.) In Oregon, a party initiating nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings must record all assignments of the trust deed. ORS 86.735(1); Hooker v. Northwest Trustee 2011 WL 2119103, *3 (D. Or. May 25) (citing Burgett v. MERS, 2010 WL 4282105, at *2 (D. Or. Oct. 20) and re McCoy, 2011 WL 477820, at *3-4 (Bankr. D. Or. Feb. 7)). Plaintiffs allege MERS is listed as the beneficiary on the deed of trust at issue. (Compl. ~ 4.)
Because of the alleged imminent foreclosure sale, and because the presence of MERS demonstrates a high probability that defendants did not comply with t recording requirements of the Oregon Trust Deed Act, I grant plaintiff’ request for a temporary restraining order.
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