Where the court has made an order for sale1, it may give any other directions it considers appropriate for giving effect to the order2.
Where a sale has been directed by the court, any party who wishes to bid should, before the sale, apply to the court for permission to do so3.
The conduct of the sale is often given to the mortgagor if the sale is likely to produce a surplus for him, as it is in his interest to secure the best price for the property4, and, as he will be liable for the expenses of the sale, it
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