On the death of the mortgagor, a claim on the covenant for payment lies against his personal representatives, and the judgment can be enforced against them to the extent of the assets remaining unadministered1. The mortgagee also has the remedies of a creditor against any person to whom any beneficial interest of the mortgagor not comprised in the mortgage devolves or is given2, and the remedy, common to specialty and simple contract creditors, of having the mortgagor's real and personal estate administered by the court and applied rateably in satisfaction of debts of both classes
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