The Law Society Library lists resources which contain precedents for a private mortgage (legal charge).
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Precedents for private mortgages can be found in the following resources:
• Smith, Precedent library for the general practitioner, 2nd ed. (2009)
Precedent 2.16 : Private mortgage.
• Precedents for the conveyancer (loose leaf)
Form 7-A1 : Form of legal charge of land, capital to be repaid by instalments.
• Kelly’s legal precedents, 21st ed. (2014) Chapter 24 : Mortgages.
Precedent 1 : Charge by way of legal mortgage.
• The Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents. Vol. 28(3) Mortgages (2014 reissue)
Form 48 : Short form of charge by way of legal mortgage of freehold interest by one borrower to one lender: loan of fixed amount to be repaid on demand;
Form 49 : Short form of charge by way of legal mortgage of leasehold interest by one borrower to one lender: loan of fixed amount to be repaid on demand.
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