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I. LEGAL QUESTIONS PRESENTED
II. PROPOSED RULES OF LAW
III. STATEMENT OF THE CASE
A. Nature of the action and relief sought
B. Nature of the judgment
IV. STATEMENT OF FACTS
A. Plaintiff’s loan, trust deed, and default
B. The role of MERS in the real estate industry
V. SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT
VI. ARGUMENT
Webster’s Third New Int’l Dictionary 612 (unabridged ed 1981). Black’s Law
5. MERS is a valid agent for lenders and their successors
(1) Mortgage statutes support MERS’s position
VII. CONCLUSION
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Niday, Mers Opening Brief Oregon Supreme Court

Niday, Mers Opening Brief Oregon Supreme Court

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Niday MERS Oregon Supreme Court
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Published by: bkholloway on Feb 16, 2013
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