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The Maine Legislature overrode Republican Governor Paul LePage’s veto of new foreclosure legislation that protects consumers from the apparent vague and ambiguous language within Maine mortgages that got property owners into trouble. The matter in this instance all stems from a July, 2014 Maine Supreme Court decision in Bank of America v Greenleaf, Maine Sup Ct., July 3, 2014, which if you’re interested, you can read by clicking on the link.
Contrary to what the MERS mouthpieces would have the public and the legal community think about the outcome of this case and the ensuing legislation, the Maine Supreme Court ultimately decided that MERS can only grant…
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