Right of Redemption means right of a mortgagor against mortgagee to redeem the mortgaged property. The doctrine of redemption is not a new doctrine. Its origin can be traced to Anglo-Saxon and Roman law. The practice of securing land for payment of money in English law dates back to Anglo-Saxon England when interest loans were illegal. The borrower… Read More »
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