(BREAKING NEWS — OP-ED) — The following post contains a graphic description of the placement of “commas” versus “intent of the legislation requiring assignors to record their assignments in the land records. The commentary is the opinion of the authors and the case (see the content link below) speaks for itself!
In this instance, Alabama Probate Judges were the parties fighting back against the banks and MERS, insisting that the Alabama Statutes required the recording of “conveyances” and went after the MERS® System (like so many other county entities) … the outcome did not bode well for them either. Read the opinion here:
What the merits of the case DIDN’T COVER … is the validity of the assignments that WERE actually recorded.
Why aren’t these judges really paying attention to content rather than screwing with MERS in the courts? It’s because “We the People” haven’t brought the “right ammo” into court!
Like the other 49 States and the District of Columbia, Alabama has statutes that allow homeowners to challenge the validity of their assignments based on the accuracy and truthfulness of their information. Alabama also has case law establishing the right to cancel and expunge instruments that contain false and misrepresentative information! Alabama also has civil fraud statutes that make it a crime to publish false information in recorded assignments!
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We need to educate judges on the new paradigm by attacking the documents themselves, when the servicers’ employees
and third-party document mills and foreclosure mill law firms create these bogus documents!