So long as the equities of redemption are not severed1, the right of consolidation2 may be asserted against successors in title to the mortgagor3. For this purpose, it is immaterial whether the mortgages were originally made to the same mortgagee, or whether they have merely become united in the same person4; and in the latter case the right may be asserted even though the union of the mortgages has taken place after the change in the title to the equities of redemption. Thus the right of consolidation exists where the mortgages become united after a mortgagor's bankruptcy
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