The court will normally only order a sale at the request of a mortgagor against the wishes of a mortgagee if the court can protect the mortgagee against the loss of his right to repayment of the loan with interest, either by ordering the mortgagor to put up sufficient security to ensure full repayment of the mortgage debt1, or by imposing a sufficiently high reserve price on the property so as to preclude a sale unless it achieves this result2. Where a mortgagee seeks foreclosure, an order for sale will be refused if the security is deficient and the
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