The mortgagee does not usually require an order for costs since he is entitled to add his costs to the security1. He may, however, wish to seek an order for costs if, for example, the security is inadequate or the mortgagor has obtained an order for costs against him: the court has a statutory discretion to award costs as between the parties to proceedings2. A mortgagee also has the right in equity to reimbursement from the security of his costs, reasonably and properly incurred, of proceedings between himself and the mortgagor or his surety3. The mortgage deed also usually
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