An equitable mortgage passes only an equitable estate or interest for the purpose of securing the repayment of a debt1. It may be made by:
(1) a mortgage of an equitable interest2;
(2) an agreement to create a legal mortgage3; or
(3) a mortgage which fails to comply with the formalities for a legal mortgage4.
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