The common form order for redemption directs an account of what is due to the mortgagee under and by virtue of the mortgage, and for his assessed costs of the redemption claim, and directs that, on the mortgagor paying to the mortgagee the amount certified to be due within six months1 after the date of the master's order2, at a time and place to be appointed by that order, the mortgagee is to surrender or give a statutory receipt3 and deliver up the title deeds; and it further directs that if the mortgagor makes default in that payment his
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