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mortgagor

n. the person who has borrowed money and pledged his/her real property as security for the (mortgagee). (See: mortgage, mortgagee)

mortgagor

see MORTGAGE.

MORTGAGOR, estate's, contracts. He who makes a mortgage.
     2. He has rights, and is liable to certain duties as such. 1. He is quasi tenant, at will; he is entitled to an equity of redemption after forfeiture. 2. He cannot commit waste, nor make a lease injurious to the mortgagee. As between the mortgagor and third persons, the mortgagor is owner of the land. Dougl. 632; 4 McCord, R. 310; 3 Fairf. R. 243; but see 3 Pick. R. 204; 1 N. H. Rep. 171; 2 N. H. Rep. 16; 10 Conn. R. 243; 1 Vern. 3; 2 Vern. 621; 1 Atk. 605. He can, however, do nothing which will defeat the rights of the mortgagee, as, to make a lease to bind him. Dougl. 21. Vide Mortgagee; 2 Jack. & Walk. 194.

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Mr McGrath added: "The coming into effect of this legislation is a good day for mortgage holders, business owners and farmers whose loans have been sold on to so called 'vulture funds' or who fear their loan will be sold in the future."
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A series of surveys show that there has been a consistent rise in the volume of mortgage holders who say they will walk.
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STRUGGLING homeowners were today given a boost when Northern Rock announced it will no longer be rapidly offloading mortgage holders.
There are also suggestions of a new three-month-grace period for mortgage holders struggling to keep up with their repayments before repossession proceedings kick in.
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