Pennsylvania | Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds Survives Motion to Dismiss in Federal Case Against MERS

Montgomery County, PA Recorder of Deeds vs MERSCORP

The federal court has upheld the Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds’ right to sue an electronic mortgage registry company and banks doing business with that company for $15.7 million that she claims is owed to the county in recording fees.

The court Friday issued a 36-page memorandum and order denying a motion by MERS, also known as Mortgage Electronic Registry System, and its participating banks to dismiss the lawsuit filed last year by Recorder of Deeds Nancy J. Becker.

The court’s ruling, while not discussing the merits of the case, essentially states that Pennsylvania does have a law requiring that mortgage assignments be recorded with the recorder of deeds office and that the recorder of deeds has the right to bring legal action when he or she does not believe an entity is complying with the law.

“This is one major hurdle that we have now leaped,” Becker said Monday. “Now, we can move forward on the issues.”

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Montgomery County, PA Recorder of Deeds vs MERSCORP

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3 Responses to “Pennsylvania | Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds Survives Motion to Dismiss in Federal Case Against MERS”
  1. withament says:

    The MERS Gang is directly Associated with RICO Realty and the Banksters MAFIA …… I spoke at length with Ms Becker and the Fact Is …. OLD JUDSON is Correct. …

    Dear Matt Tabbi, Rolling Stone and what MILLIONS of Victims …… The Reality IS the Whole CON / PONZI is a Government Crime Spree ….. WAKE UP …. Like Derrrrrr ….. http://www.bing.com/search?q=rico+realty++bank+looting+corruption+witham+&qs=HS&form=QBLH&pq=rico+realty+&sc=6-12&sp=1&sk=

  2. leapfrog says:

    YES! Foo-yoo, MERS. You goin’ down. Too bad there won’t be perp walks and jail time for your executives – that would be REAL justice for this diabolical scheme to corrupt titles to 62 million plus properties nationwide.

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