In order to make it unnecessary to go to the expense of preparing deeds, powers of attorney and form of receipt to hand over in case a mortgagor should attend to redeem at the time and place appointed by the master's order1 for redemption, all orders for foreclosure2, unless the court otherwise directs, should provide that:
(1) the mortgagor must give seven days' notice of his intention to attend and redeem; and
(2) if no such notice is given but the mortgagor in fact attends at the appointed
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