A deposit of share certificates, with a transfer executed by the registered holders, but in blank as to the date and the names of the transferee, constitutes an equitable mortgage1; and, where transfers are not required to be by deed, the transferee as equitable mortgagee has implied authority to complete his security by filling up the transfer and obtaining registration2.
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