The creditor with whom title deeds were deposited did not lose his lien by parting with the deeds for the purpose of allowing a sale to be effected1, or, if the debtor was the creditor's solicitor and the deeds were in his custody as the creditor's agent, by the debtor wrongfully removing them from the creditor's deed box2. Where neither the deeds nor any memorandum of deposit could be produced, secondary evidence of the deposit could be given upon proof that the deeds had been really lost
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