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As reported on housingwire.com, Federal Judge Tosses 72 Suits Against MERS. Federal Judge Tosses 72 Suits Against MERS An Arizona federal judge dismissed 72 lawsuits against mortgage electronic registration systems Inc., which tracks ownership and servicing rights of U.S. mortgages. U.S. District Judge James Teilborg, relying on a September appellate court decision, rejected the argument [.]
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· On February 1, 2008, MERS petitioned to remove this case to the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota, which court accepted jurisdiction. After removal, plaintiffs moved for a temporary restraining order, which the federal district court denied.
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The Supreme Court reversed and reinstated the judgment of the trial court, holding (1) the trial court did not err by ruling that Plaintiff was not required to exhaust the administrative remedies; and (2) the evidence did not preponderate against the trial court’s finding that Plaintiff had established operations sufficient to qualify for protection under section 13-7-208.