The time for redemption will be enlarged if the mortgagee is in possession and receives rents between the date of the master's order and the day appointed for payment1. The receipt reopens the account, and a fresh order must be made and a further day appointed2; in this case, the mortgagor is not put upon terms of paying interest and costs3. A mortgagee is not allowed to reopen the account for the purpose of letting in the costs of other proceedings on the ground of consolidation4 but after default on the day appointed for payment the mortgagee receives the
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