The burden is on the mortgagor to show that the mortgagee has breached the duty to take reasonable precautions to secure a proper price, unless the sale is to a company in which the mortgagee is interested or a similarly connected purchaser1. There is no general obligation upon a mortgagee to sell the whole of the mortgaged property if he does not choose to, but he must not, in selling what he does sell, deliberately destroy its value by failing to sell what would normally and naturally form part of what he does sell2. The mortgagee is not bound
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