A federal judge has dismissed a proposed class action lawsuit filed by homeowners who cast doubt on the legitimacy of the nation’s leading mortgage registration firm to represent lenders in foreclosures.

U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Corrigan in Jacksonville, Fla., ruled that Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems did not misrepresent itself or hide its role as a nominee for mortgage lenders.

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