Editor: David Reiss
Brooklyn Law School

August 22, 2013

Oregon Court Stops Foreclosure Pending Clarification in State Court as to MERS Stating Borrower Has “Likelihood of Success Against MERS…”

By Ebube Okoli

The court in Rinegard-Guirma v. Bank of America, et al., Civil Case No. 10-1065-PK, (2010) enjoined the defendants [Bank of America, et al.] from foreclosing on the plaintiff’s [Rinegard-Guirma] property.

The plaintiff, Natache D. Rinegard-Guirma, filed a Motion for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction seeking to enjoin a foreclosure sale of her residence. The court granted the plaintiff’s motion for preliminary injunction and continued to enjoin the foreclosure of her property until the claim regarding MERS was resolved by the state court.

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