Mortgage – Action by mortgagee for possession. The claimant bank made an order for possession of the house of the second defendant, G. Her son, LG, had taken on the responsibility for making payments on the mortgage, but had taken out additional charges and had failed to meet payments. The Chancery Division held that the position of the bank had not been adversely affected by whatever had happened between LG and G, and that, therefore, it would be inappropriate to do anything other than to make an order for possession.