MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT COURT (MAD)
DOCKET NUMBER: 1:10-MD-02193
PACER CASE NUMBER: 131942
14.0 AMENDED COMPLAINT (Consolidating Cases) against BAC Home …
Zeke Miller | Oct. 9, 2011, 11:28 AM
Massachusetts Senate candidate and former Obama administration official Elizabeth Warren laid into the financial sector for their role in bringing about the recession.
Asked about her position on the Occupy Wall Street protest at last week’s Massachusetts Senate debate, Warren said that people have to follow the law, then immediately launched into an invective against the banks.
“The people on Wall Street broke this country, and Continue reading
Do it now – call the AG, show them your assignment of mortgage documents and file a complaint. Click on your state below.
The questions to consider after reading this will be – (1) do you really need more time to consider your position on MERS? And, (2) will any issues that entail MERS ultimately circle back to its creator – the cartel of members? If so, why bother to settle?
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By: David Dayen Monday July 25, 2011 2:19 pm
Massachusetts has joined several other states in saying they would oppose a foreclosure fraud settlement if it includes certain liability releases, particularly those relating to MERS. Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley (yes, that Martha Coakley) wants to retain the ability to pursue lawsuits against the banks and their subsidiaries over state consumer protection violations and fraud upon state courts.
“Massachusetts will not sign on to any global agreement with the banks if it includes a comprehensive liability release regarding securitization and the MERS conduct,” Coakley wrote to the Norfolk County register of deeds in Dedham, Massachusetts. “These investigations must continue.” The registry keeps records of real estate in the county […] Continue reading