587. Several properties in one mortgage.

587.     Several properties in one mortgage.

The mortgagee cannot in general foreclose part only of the mortgaged property. If several properties are mortgaged together, and are afterwards incumbered or disposed of separately, the incumbrancers on and persons interested in the equity of redemption of each property are necessary parties to the first mortgagee's foreclosure proceedings1. If, however, the two properties are subject to separate prior mortgages, the later mortgagee of both can redeem one by itself, and then he may foreclose the mortgagor as to that only2 unless there is a right to consolidation in