In a mortgage deed executed after 31 December 1911 the mortgagee's statutory power of sale1 includes power to sell the mortgaged2 property or any part of it with an exception or reservation of all or any mines or minerals3, or to sell all or any mines and minerals apart from the surface4. The sale may be made with or without an exception or reservation of all or any of the mines and minerals in or under the mortgaged property, and with or without a grant or reservation of powers of working, wayleaves or rights of way, rights of water
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