If the assistance of the court is necessary for a sale, and the original mortgage is to secure an unascertained amount, an account must first be taken of what is due on it1. Where a bankrupt mortgagee has purchased the equity of redemption2, a sub-mortgagee by deposit is entitled to a sale of the bankrupt's entire interest3. There may also be a power of sale incident to the sub-mortgage4, but the exercise of this does not affect the mortgagor. The
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