It was a settled rule of practice that after default has been made by a mortgagor in payment of the principal and interest in accordance with the proviso for redemption, he had either to give the mortgagee six months' notice of his intention to pay off the mortgage, or to pay him six months' interest in lieu of notice1; and if the mortgagor, after giving notice of his intention to pay off the mortgage, made default in so doing, and the default was not explained, the mortgagee was entitled to further reasonable notice but not a fresh six months'
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