The mortgagor is entitled to know how much he is liable to pay and how that amount is arrived at1. A mortgagor who desires to discharge the mortgage debt must tender to the mortgagee the full amount that is due in legal currency2 and produce it before the mortgagee unless he waives the production3, or refuses to accept money then available for immediate payment4. Where a mortgagee has unequivocally refused a proposed tender, a formal tender is not necessary, at any rate where the mortgagor has the money or the control of it5. The tender must be unconditional, but
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