Fisher and Lightwood's Law of Mortgage 14th edition

Fisher and Lightwood's Law of Mortgage 14th edition
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Fisher and Lightwood's Law of Mortgage 14th edition

The fourteenth edition of this leading text on the law of mortgages gives the practitioner a detailed and significant insight into this area.

The book is fully updated to cover all pertinent topics from transferring mortgages to a mortgagee’s remedies. The authors have set all of this in the context of the changing climate of financial law.

  • Mortgages and other securities generally
  • Mortgages of unregistered land
  • Mortgages of unregistered land
  • Registration of mortgages of unregistered land
  • Mortgages of registered land
  • Charges
  • Form and contents of mortgage deed
  • The extent of the security
  • Execution and custody of deeds
  • Variation of the mortgage
  • Judgments
  • Charging orders
  • Statutory charges
  • Vendor’s lien
  • Forfeiture and surrender of leasehold security
  • Mortgages of chattels
  • Mortgages of things in action
  • Debentures
  • Agricultural mortgages and charges
  • Consumer credit agreements and securities
  • Second and subsequent mortgages
  • Parties to mortgages
  • Void or imperfect securities
  • Transfer and devolution of mortgages
  • Sub–mortgages
  • The mortgagee’s remedies
  • The personal remedy
  • The appointment of a receiver
  • The mortgagee’s right to possession
  • The mortgagee’s power of sale out of court
  • Judicial sale
  • Foreclosure
  • Insolvency of mortgagor
  • Priorities of mortgages
  • Mortgages of the legal estate: unregistered land
  • Mortgages of the legal estate: registered land
  • Priority between equitable incumbrances
  • Tacking
  • Mortgages of equitable interests: the rule in Dearle v Hall
  • Priorities: miscellaneous
  • Priority agreements
  • Loss of priority: notice
  • Priority: subrogation
  • Incidence on the death of the mortgagor
  • Incidence as between different properties
  • Consolidation
  • Redemption
  • Redemption claims
  • The release of the debt or security
  • Waiver
  • Merger
  • Destruction or loss of the property and repudiation
  • Discharge or modification by statute
  • Accounts
  • Costs
  • Taxes


Co-ordinating Editor: Wayne Clark, Falcon Chambers. With Mr Justice Morgan and a team of barristers from Falcon Chambers; Edward Peters; Oliver Radley-Gardner; Adam Rosenthal; Greville Healey; David Smailes and Rhianon Davies

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