MERS- Walker Case CA

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In Re: Walker, Case No. 10-21656-E-11 – Eastern District of CA Bankruptcy court rules MERS has NO actionable interest in title. "Any attempt to transfer the beneficial interest of a trust deed without ownership of the underlying note is void under California law." "MERS could not, as a matter of law, have transferred the note to Citibank from the original lender, bayrock mortgage corp."

The united states bankruptcy court for the Eastern District of California has issued a ruling dated May 20, 2010 in the matter of In Re: Walker, Case No. 10-21656-E-11 which found that MERS could not, as a matter of law, have transferred the note to Citibank from the original lender, Bayrock Mortgage Corp.

The united states bankruptcy court for the Eastern District of California has issued a ruling dated May 20, 2010 in the matter of In Re: Walker, Case No. 10-21656-E-11 which found that MERS could not, as a matter of law, have transferred the note to Citibank from the original lender, Bayrock Mortgage Corp.

Walker (1910) 157 cal. 381, 384-385 [complaint alleging plaintiff is owner and in possession of certain land, that defendant claims an interest therein, adverse to plaintiff, and that such claim is without right, contains every element of complaint to quiet title]; see also Kroeker v.

California Precedent: The latest of these court decisions came down in California on May 20, 2010, in a bankruptcy case called In re Walker, Case no. 10-21656-E – 11. The court held that MERS could not foreclose because it was a mere nominee; and that as a result, plaintiff Citibank could not collect on its claim.