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On Friday, September 13, the Alabama Supreme Court issued three significant opinions concerning Alabama’s law of foreclosure and ejectment. Although those decisions put to rest some of the uncertainty concerning the jurisdictional nature of defenses to an ejectment action and when a foreclosure actually takes place, they raise new issues concerning standing in general and foreclosures.

The Appeals Court has now reaffirmed its holdings that the mers model comports with Massachusetts law, that a mortgagee is not required to have any interest in the underlying note prior to foreclosure, and that a mortgagee requires no authorization from the noteholder to assign the mortgage to another party.

Maine Supreme Court Hands Major Defeat to MERS Mortgage Registry Posted on July 8, 2014 by Yves Smith Yesterday, we wrote about a major loss by the electronic mortgage registry, MERS, in a major Federal court case in Pennsylvania .

Washington Supreme Court: MERS cannot obtain foreclosure power without note. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, or MERS, cannot be a lawful beneficiary of a deed of trust in Washington state if the registry lacks real possession of the promissory note, the Washington Supreme Court said this week.

MERS cannot be a beneficiary in a mortgage chain of title. Here’s the JUICIEST BIT and the piece that many Op/Eds keep missing: MERS cannot act as A BENEFICIARY; Not just to foreclose, but to ***TRANSFER BENEFICIAL INTEREST*** The chain of titles on most mortgages travels from the original lender-to MERS-to foreclosing lender.

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