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Rhode Island Supreme Court to hear MERS case

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The Rhode Island Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Feb. 7 in the case of a Cranston couple who have challenged the right of an electronic mortgage registry (MERS) to foreclose on their home.

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