An account taken, whether in or out of court, between the mortgagee and the person immediately interested in the equity of redemption1 is prima facie binding on other persons interested. Thus an account between mortgagee and mortgagor binds a second mortgagee2. An account taken in the presence of a bankrupt will bind him if he afterwards procures a reassignment of the property, even though his trustee was not a party3. An account between a mortgagee and the tenant for life of the equity of redemption binds both
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