April 12, 2013
By Gloria Liu
MERS v. William C. Warden, CJ-2005-7027, District Court of Oklahoma City (Mar. 3, 2006), the court refused to vacate a judgment of foreclosure and concluded that plaintiff’s argument that MERS lacked standing to pursue was without merit.
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