A sale may be directed at any time before the foreclosure has become absolute1. Where an application to enlarge the time for payment is pending, the sale may be enforced on application for foreclosure absolute2. Similarly, an order for foreclosure absolute may be made after an order for sale3. The only condition is that request must be made by one of the persons specified. This gives rise to the court's discretionary power, and accordingly the order may be made on an interim application4. If, however,
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