A mortgagee who is entitled to vacant possession of the property acquires possession of the whole of the property by entering on part, provided that the property is so bounded and defined that entry on part can be regarded as entry on the whole1. However, a mortgagee is entitled to limit his possession to part of the property, and, if that is his intention, he will not be charged as being constructively in possession of the whole2. Thus where a farm is let to
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