A mortgagor1 seeking to redeem any one mortgage2 is entitled to do so without paying any money due under any separate mortgage made by him, or by any person through whom he claims, solely on property other than that comprised in the mortgage which he seeks to redeem3. This applies only if and so far as a contrary intention is not expressed in the mortgage deeds or one of them4. Apart from this, nothing in the Law of Property Act 1925 in reference to mortgages affects any right of consolidation or renders inoperative a stipulation in relation to any
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