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Massachusetts Court Rules in Favor of MERS

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The Appeals Court of Massachusetts became the latest court to uphold the validity of the assignment of a mortgage by Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS) on Friday, according to an announcement from MERSCORP Holdings, parent company of MERS.

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Massachusetts Court Affirms MERS Ability to Assign Title

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Massachusetts became the latest state to award victory to MERSCORP Holdings, Inc., in a series of lawsuits challenging MERS' authority to assign titles. MERS announced on August 12 that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Superior Court issued a ruling in Gardner v. Mortgage Electronic Registration System, Inc., that MERS could act as the mortgagee even though it is not the holder of the note

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LoanLogics Unveils MERS Monitoring and Review Service

LoanLogics, a provider of loan quality management and performance analytics, announced the unveiling of its MERS Independent Third Party Performance Monitoring and Annual Review service. The specialty audit practice reviews and tests MERS controls and processes so servicers can ensure they are compliant with MERS regulations and avoid scrutiny.

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Federal Court in North Carolina Dismisses ‘Fraud by Use of MERS’ Case

Merscorp Holdings, Inc. announced Thursday that the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina ruled in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS), JPMorgan Chase, and other MERS members in a recent case in which the plaintiff claimed the hidden purpose of MERS was to defraud borrowers and court clerks by hiding the true owners of secured interests in property.

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