A mortgagee is entitled to sell upon such conditions as he thinks suitable for securing a sale of the property, and the sale is not invalidated by the insertion of any condition in ordinary use, notwithstanding that in a sense it may be depreciatory1. He is entitled to use stringent conditions if these are required by the state of the title2. Express powers usually provide for the mortgagee selling subject to such conditions as he thinks fit3, and similar provision is made in regard to the statutory powers4
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