Here is the video of the Magnetic Field as it was being hit by the Flare/CME.
This is from Spaceweather about the Geomagnetic Storm on Oct. 24th 2011.
I wrote about the Mass. Supreme Court to rule on previous foreclosures back in January of this year.
Now they are going to rule on another case of a buyers right to the property, that was illegally foreclosed on by a MERS bank.
A lower Massachusetts court had already ruled against the buyer of a foreclosure, saying they had no right to the property, due to being foreclosed on fraudulently by a MERS bank.
That court case is now going to the Supreme Court, as the buyer is trying to keep the property he purchased 3 years ago from the bank.
Imagine if the Supreme Court rules against the buyer, as the lower court has done....... I can see a whole new area of law suits, when buyers start losing their money and property of foreclosures they have purchased. Besides that, I can't imagine there will be much of a market for foreclosures, as they may become impossible to sell, as no title insurance company will touch them.
Bloomberg is the one even carrying the story, which is amazing they would let people know they may have a huge problem if they have purchased a foreclosure in the past.
This ruling from Massachusetts will be important all around the country. There are already class actions that have started in a few states for previous foreclosures. If the Massachusetts Supreme Court rules the buyer of the home has no right to the property fraudulently foreclosed on, we can expect a whole rush of class actions throughout the country against the banks.
I believe we will be seeing Class Action Suits in All the States against MERS and ALL MERS Servicers and Banks this year! Once that happens, you can be assured ALL Title Insurance companies will not even touch insuring the title of ANY foreclosure!
What does that mean to investors who buy foreclosures? Means you may possibly be out money and a house after it is all said and done (then you can start your own lawsuits)! But besides that banks will have trouble even selling foreclosures in the future, if Class Actions start! Who in their right mind would buy a foreclosure, if there are lawsuits and the all MERS foreclosures were done through FRAUD?!
So............ Just something for all the investors to think about! I would not touch a foreclosure with a 10 foot pole, even if it was 1/4 the price of the market value!
IF YOU ARE BEING FORECLOSED ON - FIGHT IT! CONTACT YOUR LEGAL AID OR AN ATTORNEY! IF YOU HAVE BEEN FORECLOSED ON AT ANY TIME IN THE LAST FEW YEARS - CONTACT AN ATTORNEY START A SUIT - JOIN A CLASS ACTION SUIT!On Oct. 18th, 2011 the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court handed down their decision in the FRANCIS J. BEVILACQUA, THIRD vs. PABLO RODRIGUEZ – and in a moment, essentially made foreclosure sales in the commonwealth over the last five years wholly void.In essence, the ruling upheld that those who had purchased foreclosure properties that had been illegally foreclosed upon (which is virtually all foreclosure sales in the last five years), did not in fact have title to those properties.
Given the fact that more than two-thirds of all real estate transactions in the last five years have also been foreclosed properties, this creates a small problem.
The Massachusetts SJC is one of the most respected high courts in the country, other supreme courts look to these decisions for guidance, and would find it difficult to rule any other way in their own states. It is a precedent. It's an important precedent.
Here are the key components of the Bevilacqua case:
1. In holding that Bevilacqua could not make "something from nothing" (bring an action or even have standing to bring an action, when he had a title worth nothing) the lower land court applied and upheld long-standing principles of conveyance.
2. A foreclosure conducted by a non-mortgagee (which includes basically all of them over the last five years, including the landmark Ibanez case) is wholly void and passes no title to a subsequent transferee (purchasers of foreclosures will be especially pleased to learn of this)
3. Where (as in Bevilacqua) a non-mortgagee records a post-foreclosure assignment, any subsequent transferee has record notice that the foreclosure is simply void.
4. A wholly void foreclosure deed passes no title even to a supposed "bona fide purchaser"
5. The Grantee of an invalid (wholly void) foreclosure deed does not have record title, nor does any person claiming under a wholly void deed, and the decision of the lower land court properly dismissed Bevilacqua's petition.
6. The land court correctly reasoned that the remedy available to Bevilacqua was not against the wrongly foreclosed homeowner but rather against the wrongly foreclosing bank and/or perhaps the servicer (depending on who actually conducted the foreclosure)
When thinking about the implications of Bevilacqua – the importance of point six cannot be overstated.