In foreclosure proceedings by the mortgagee against the mortgagor alone, the order usually allows six months from the date of the master's order1 as the period within which the defendant may redeem. The order directs that upon payment of the specified sum at the time and place appointed2, the claimant is to give a receipt3 and deliver up the title deeds to the defendant or as he appoints, but that in default of payment the defendant is to be foreclosed. Therefore, the order is not an absolute order for foreclosure
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