The above link shows just how much fraud is included in any current
transaction of private property, and going back as much as 20 years ago.
The link shows nothing of the sort. It merely proposes a legislative remedy mandating some better practices.
If you think that this advocacy post actually illuminates the underlying merits and dynamics of robo-signing, then you need either a reading comprehension test or a drug test.
It is an interesting post and an interesting proposal. However, it does not support your assertions.
Moreover, do you really believe that some fraudulent conveyance anywhere in a chain of title, no matter how old should void your right to the quiet enjoyment and use of your property? For centuries, society has recognized that the right to be secure in one's title to real property is of paramount importance both to property and to commerce.
Who would ever build an expensive improvement on real property if the owner could not be secure in his title?
It is this principal that underpins statutes which vest and secure title in an owner in occupancy after a term of years.
There is no question that the people who conceived and executed the MERS scheme belong in jail. There are a lot of subprime originators and fraudulent servicers that belong in jail, as well. What we do not need is legislation that creates additional clouds to title rather than settling and resolving title disputes.