A comparison of how mortgages and landlords can repossess property in situations of default by the mortgagor or tenant.

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A landlord can repossess property in a situation of default by obtaining a thirty-day notice to vacate. Such can be obtained from the Sheriff. On the other hand, mortgages can repossess property through demanding for rent. In that case, the mortgagee should be registered. Such differences encourage the mortgagee to obtain interventions lawfully and without using lethal force…

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