Although in general no contract between a mortgagee and mortgagor can make a mortgage irredeemable1, the circumstances of the case may make redemption for a time impossible, as for example when a mortgage is made to secure an annuity, or as an indemnity against future liabilities, or for any other object not capable of immediate pecuniary valuation2.
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