Prima facie where a mortgagee purchases the equity of redemption1, or where, on a purchase, part of the purchase money is applied in paying off a mortgage, or where the mortgage and the equity of redemption become united by purchase in the same person, the mortgage is merged in the land2; but the person thus entitled to both interests can have the mortgage kept alive for his benefit3. A person advancing money to pay off a charge is entitled to have the charge kept alive
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