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nydeemarie
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MERS Questions...
PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:18 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

What are we actually dealing with?

The Before..

Assumes that you can't force someone to record a interest..

The MERS record is replete with (Gratuitous Transfers)... absent a payment of fees..

In the case at bar, documentary evidence in the record shows
that real estate transfer taxes were paid on the conveyances to Unlimited Homes, Inc., Roy
H. Thomas, REO Management 2004, Inc., JFB Properties, LLC, Rachel Rush, and the
defendants, which is proof that the transfers were not gratuitous, but were made for valuable
consideration (see Furlong v Storch, 132 AD2d 866 [1987]).

By definition what is a gratuitous transfer?

After..

One final filing makes it to the county recorder and they decide to pay the fees.

From there you discover all of the (Gratuitous Transfers).

The title is Clouded/Slandered.

Who are the "parties"damaged?

Is this, by definition, a tortuous interference with the rights/contract/protections of the property owner and the business conducted by the Office of the County Recorder?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tortious_interference









Tortuous Interference
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nydeemarie
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Old Constitutions are Interesting..
PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:46 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

California (1880).

ARTICLE XI. CITIES, COUNTJES, .AND TOWNS.

SEC. 13. The Legislature shall not delegate to any special commission, private corporation, company, association, or individual, any power to make, control, appropriate, supervise, or in any way interfere with, any county, city, town, or municipal improvement, money, property, or effects, whether held in trust or otherwise, or to levy taxes or assessments, or perform any municipal functions whatever.

Instead of delegating ie. giving the green light..

Should the legislators stop the MERS municipal function ïnterference?
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