Where proceedings are brought by a first mortgagee against a second mortgagee and the mortgagor, successive periods may be allowed for redemption, and in that case the first right of redemption is given to the second mortgagee and in default he is foreclosed1. The claimant's subsequent interest and costs are then computed and assessed, and a further three months may be allowed for the mortgagor to pay the original and additional amount, and in default he also is foreclosed; but the second mortgagee must be foreclosed absolutely before proceedings are taken to foreclose the mortgagor
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