This book provides a comprehensive overview of the law of mortgages of real and personal property, as it has evolved in England and America. It covers topics such as the nature and characteristics of mortgages, the requirements for their creation and enforcement, the rights and liabilities of the parties involved, and the remedies available for default. It is an essential reference work for lawyers, judges, and scholars of property law.
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