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To: La Lydia

Basically, this was an appeals court rejecting an appeal by MERS to a case they lost.

The case originally started as Groves bringing a case saying that the deed of trust on her property was invalid and she asked the court to grant a quiet title to her property. The county records showed she owned the property, and the deed of trust under which MERS asserted an interest in the property that interfered with Groves’ title. Groves argued that the deed of trust was invalid and had no force in the law.

MERS lost the case, in part because they didn’t show up in court, and the court granted her a quiet title.

MERS then files this restricted appeal, because they didn’t participate in the trial court case, and the appeals court issued this finding that the trial court was correct in their judgement.

MERS and whatever lender they were acting as “nominee” for on this property are SOL. Groves now has the property free and clear.


9 posted on 05/02/2011 2:26:57 PM PDT by NVDave
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To: NVDave

Thank you. Excellent deployment of the English language.


12 posted on 05/02/2011 2:33:00 PM PDT by La Lydia ("California: When the parasites outnumber the hosts, it's all over.")
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