In an equitable mortgage by deposit of deeds the deposit could be of the deeds alone1, or might be accompanied by a memorandum of the terms of the deposit2 or by an agreement to give a mortgage3. The proprietor of any registered land or charge might create a lien on the land by deposit of the land certificate or charge certificate4. One joint tenant could not deposit the title deeds without the consent of the other5. An equitable charge secured by deposit of documents relating to the legal estate of unregistered land did not need to be registered as
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