The mortgagee must not burden the equity of redemption1 so as to make it more difficult for the mortgagor to redeem, and on redemption he must be able to hand back the property as far as possible in its original condition. The mortgagee must not improve the mortgagor out of his estate2. Hence, he must not make a large outlay on permanent improvements unless he obtains the mortgagor's consent, or unless the mortgagor, after notice, acquiesces3, nor may he change the character of the property, even though such change
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