A mortgage of freehold or leasehold land may be made by a deed expressed to be by way of statutory mortgage in a prescribed form with such modifications as circumstances may require1. This is a special form of charge by way of legal mortgage, and is deemed to include covenants for payment of principal and interest and a proviso for discharge of the mortgaged property or transfer of the benefit as the mortgagor may direct2.
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