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17023Re: Atty Client Contract?

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  • donotddora
    Jul 1, 2009
      --- In tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com, "mn_chicago" <mn_chicago@...> wrote:
      >
      > Tuesday 30 June 2009
      >
      > Someone is being sued by Mortgage Electronic
      > Registration System [MERS] over a construction
      > loan, but MERS is not a party of interest. It is
      > suspected that the atty is using MERS without MERS'
      > or original lender's knowledge to cover some
      > insurance fraud.
      >
      > Point: Is there a way to make an atty prove he
      > has a contracted relationship with client?
      >
      > TIA.
      >
      Ask the judge if the attorney has placed in evidence a Letter of Attorney showing that he (personally, in his own name, not just his law firm!), is authorized to represent MERS in the present matter.

      It would be a fraud on the court to represent a person absent such authority, yes?

      Some officer of the corporation (MERS) with authority to authorize such, must have a signature on that letter.

      ~donotddora
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