County Clerks and County Recorders Sue MERS: Round Up of Cases

These posts are from the NAILTA (National Association of Independent Land Title Agents) blog:

Kentucky sues MERS!

As reported at Source of Title: “County attorneys for 14 of Kentucky’s 120 counties have jointly filed a class action suit against MERS and dozens of MERS shareholders, including title industry organizations such as ALTA, First American, and Stewart.  The … Continue reading →

 In the continuing saga of fraud, racketeering and debauchery, the incorrigible MERS is once again in the news.  This time in the state of Louisiana.  Clerks of court in 30 of Louisiana’s 64 parishes have combined to file a lawsuit … Continue reading →

In the latest of a flurry of under-the-wire lawsuits that seem to conflict with an imminent foreclosure fraud settlement, Eric Schneiderman, the Attorney General of New York and a co-chair of the federal task force looking into the residential mortgage-backed … Continue reading →

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley sued five major banks and the Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems over allegedly unlawful and deceptive foreclosure practices.   For entire article click here.

Duval County Florida County Clerk Jim Fuller, has filed a class action lawsuit against MERS on behalf of Duval County and other counties in Florida. The suit alleges that the bank-owned mortgage registry violates state laws and has cost local … Continue reading →

Several Texas County Recorders File Class Actions Against MERS

 First it was Dallas County, Texas (home to Dallas, Texas) and last week it was Harris County, Texas (home to Houston, Texas).  Now it looks like Bexar County, Texas (home to San Antonio, Texas) is also getting into the act seeking … Continue reading →


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