COURT VACATES SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND ASKS HOW CAN THE PLAINTIFF FORECLOSE ON A MORTGAGE OSTENSIBLY ASSIGNED TO IT (BY MERS) AFTER THE ASSIGNOR HAD ALREADY ASSIGNED THE MORTGAGE TO ANOTHER ASSIGNEE?
Source: Jeff Barnes, Esq., www.ForeclosureDefenseNationwide.com January 18, 2010 FDN attorneys Jeff Barnes, Esq. and local NJ counsel Michael Jacobson, Esq. have scored a stunning victory in New Jersey resulting in the reversal of a previously entered summary judgment and where the court made significant findings as to factual issues surrounding what appears to have been a double assignment by MERS first … Read more
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