There are certain kinds of goodwill1 to which a mortgagee is entitled. The goodwill which attaches to a particular house increases the value of that house, and therefore the mortgagee is entitled to it2. A mortgage of premises comprised in a colliery lease which was subject to a condition that unless the seams of coal were worked the lessor might re-enter was held to charge the business3. Goodwill which arises from the personal reputation that a man has made for himself does not pass to the mortgagee of his house, but is a thing personal to the man whose
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