This Is An Interesting Analysis Of Eaton v. Fannie Mae

Eaton v. Fannie Mae Analysis Adam Levitin, Credit Slips The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court finally issued its long-awaited ruling in Eaton v. Fannie Mae. This case involved the question of whether a “naked mortgagee”–a mortgagee that was not also the holder of the promissory note–had standing to foreclose. (Full disclosure:  I submitted a pair of amicus briefs […]

Mass SJC Rules Lenders must have paperwork to foreclose

Says future seizures require paperwork Jenifer McKim, Boston Globe The state’s highest court ruled Friday that lenders must have proper paperwork in hand at the time they complete a foreclosure, but the decision does not apply to seizures that have already taken place, removing a cloud of uncertainty over the status of property titles for […]

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