California bankruptcy court rules against MERS

· But, MERS is not the owner of your mortgage, of course, and now a bankruptcy court judge in the Eastern District of California has officially said that he agrees. MERS is a relatively new development in the mortgage world, and as the foreclosure crisis began the courts pretty much let them do whatever they wanted to do, as the party in interest in a foreclosure action.

The Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (throughout these Bankruptcy Local Rules referred to as "Bankruptcy Rule(s)") and Official Bankruptcy Forms promulgated under 28 U.S.C. 2075, together with these Bankruptcy Local Rules govern practice and procedure in all bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings in this District.

MERS v ditto_tn supreme court rules against MERS! You can bet that MERS’s PR machine will glorify itself with another "win" over this, just another way to promote its business model to its members, that such a model can even sustain a denial of a Writ to the Supreme Court! I say. we may have lost the battle, but not the war.

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On May 20, 2010, the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California followed several other courts in striking claims by lenders who are unable to prove that they are the actual holders or owners of the promissory note. Similar to the Kansas decision of Landmark National Bank v. Kesler, the Walker Court held that because Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS) claims no interest.

Democrat Rohit Chopra explained Wednesday that he voted against the deal in part because of its treatment. and they oppose. Past Local Rules. The following General Orders remain in effect for the Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of California. The following General orders adopted local bankruptcy Rules or amended those rules. They are.

But, MERS is not the owner of your mortgage, of course, and now a bankruptcy court judge in the Eastern District of California has officially said that he agrees. MERS is a relatively new development in the mortgage world, and as the foreclosure crisis began the courts pretty much let them do whatever they wanted to do, as the party in interest.

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