Mortgagors Lack Standing

The Illinois Appellate Court, Second District, held that mortgagors lack standing to challenge the propriety of an assignment of mortgage loans into a pooled-asset trust in alleged violation of a pooling and servicing agreement, as any alleged failing would not void the assignment but instead was a “voidable” act that could be ratified by trust beneficiaries. 

The Court also ruled that the mortgagors could not rely on a breach of contract theory as to the pooling and servicing agreement, because they were not third-party beneficiaries of the pooling and servicing agreement.


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