A mortgage1 of an estate in fee simple can be effected at law by a demise for a term of years absolute2, subject to a provision for cesser on redemption3. Likewise, a mortgage of a term of years absolute is capable of being made at law by a sub-demise for a term of years absolute, less by one day at least than the term vested in the mortgagor4 and subject to a provision for cesser on redemption5. As there
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