Fourmaids Ltd v Dudley Marshall (Properties) Ltd: 1957

A necessary consequence of the legal foundation of a mortgage is that the court may not to refuse, or to suspend, an order for possession sought by a mortgagee who was otherwise entitled to enter by virtue of his estate.


Harman J


[1957] Ch 317

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CitedRopaigealach v Barclays Bank plc CA 6-Jan-1999
The applicant’s property was charged to the defendant. At the time it was not occupied. The mortgage fell into arrears, and after serving notice at the property, the bank took posssession and sold the property at auction. The claimants said the bank . .
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Updated: 13 May 2022; Ref: scu.230369