An important incident of a mortgage is the power to sell the property in default of payment of the debt. An express power is seldom now inserted, reliance being placed upon the statutory power1. The statutory power may be, and is frequently, varied or extended, and it applies to the mortgage only so far as a contrary intention is not expressed in the mortgage deed2.
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