In general, on discharge of the mortgage, all deeds relating to the title to the mortgaged property, including the mortgage deed and transfers of the mortgage, must be given up1. Where there has been a former mortgage to the same mortgagee, followed by reconveyance, these deeds form part of the mortgagor's title and must be given up2. If the mortgage deed comprises other property, the mortgagor is entitled to a reconveyance of the mortgaged property, but not, it seems, to delivery of the mortgage deed
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