In general, the High Court has jurisdiction to determine any proceedings by a mortgagor or mortgagee to enforce the terms of a mortgage, although in practice most mortgage claims are brought in the County Court1. The High Court does not have jurisdiction to hear and determine proceedings in which a mortgagee claims possession and the mortgaged property consists of or includes a dwelling house2, as those proceedings must, except where any part of the land is situated in Greater London3, be brought in the County Court4. The County Court also has exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine any action
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