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—to pay outgoings.
—and retain a per.centage as salary.
—and pay interest on mortgage.
—and pay surplus to mortgagor.
Covenant bythe receiver for the discharge of his duties.
pay to him: And It Is Hereby agreed and declared between and by the said parties to these presents, that all and every the rents and profits which shall be received by the said E. F. shall be held by him upon and for the trusts, intents, and purposes hereinafter mentioned; (that is to say), upon trust that he the said E. F. shall and do by and out of the same from time to time, In The First Place, pay all taxes, rates, assessments, and impositions whatsoever now or hereafter to be taxed, charged, assessed, or imposed upon or in respect of the said premises, and which the respective tenants or occupiers thereof shall not be liable to pay(d); And In The Next Place deduct and retain for his own use so much and such sums of money, not exceeding after the rate of £5 for every £100, as he shall reasonably deserve as a compensation and satisfaction for his cares, pains, troubles, and expenses in recovering and paying the said rents and profits in manner and for the purposes herein mentioned: And, In The Next Place, pay to the said C. D., his executors, administrators, and assigns,
by two equal half-yearly payments, on the day of
, and the day of in every year, interest for
the said sum of £ , or for so much thereof as for the
time being shall remain unpaid: And, In The Last Place, pay the clear residue and surplus which shall remain of the said rents and profits, after answering the several purposes aforesaid unto the said A. B., his executors, administrators, and assigns; And The Said E. F. doth hereby for himself, his heirs, executors, and administrators, covenant with the said C. D., his executors, administrators, and assigns, and also with the said A. B., his heirs and assigns, in manner following: (that is to say), that he the said E. F. shall and. will from time to time, so long as he shall be the collector or receiver of the rents and profits of the said premises, use his utmost endeavours to collect and
Power for the receiver to repair and insure.
(c() It may frequently be expedient to provide, that the receiver shall pay such sums as shall be necessary for keeping the premises properly repaired and adequately insured against loss by fire. As to the power of a receiver appointed by the Court of Chancery, to expend money in repairs, see Attorney-General v. Vigors, 11 Ves. 563; Waters v. Taylor, 15 Ves. 26.
receive the same, and shall and will from time to time and Appointment
... , .. , . , OF RECEIVER.
at all times truly and punctually pay or cause to be paid,
in manner and to and for the ends, intents, and purposes
or any part thereof, shall remain on the security of the
sum of.€ , or any interest for the same, or any part
thereof respectively shall remain and continue on the aforesaid security, then and in any of the said cases, except the death of the said E. F., he the said A. B., his heirs or assigns, shall and will join with the said C. D., his executors, administrators, or assigns, in removing the said
(e) A power of attorney executed for a valuable consideration cannot Power of attor
be revoked without the consent of the person for whose benefit it was nev f°rTa1uaDl«
con si uf riiti on
granted. (Odes v. Woodward, 2 Ld. Raym. 849; Walsh v. Whilcovib, not revocable.
—and that on neglect by mortgagor, mortgagee may appoint a new receiver.
Mortgagee not to be liable for acts of receiver.
E. F. from the said employment, and shall and will in any of the said cases duly constitute, appoint, and authorize such other fit person or persons in the place or stead of the said E. F., as the said C. D., his executors, administrators, and assigns shall from time to time nominate, to collect, receive, and pay the said rents and profits of the said premises upon and for the trusts, intents, and purposes hereinafter mentioned, and so from time to time when and so often as the like case shall happen, until the said sum of
£ , and all interest for the same, shall be paid to the
said C. D.; And That in case the said A. B., his heirs or assigns, shall refuse or neglect so to do for the space of three calendar months next after the death, incapability, or misbehaviour of him the said E. F., or any other receiver so to be constituted as aforesaid, then and in such case, and so from time to time as often as the like case shall happen, it shall be lawful for the said C. D., his executors, administrators, and assigns, if they shall think fit, without the consent or concurrence of the said A. B., his heirs or assigns, to constitute or appoint some fit person to collect, receive, and pay the said rents and profits upon the trusts and for the intents and purposes aforesaid, with such reasonable salary for his care, pains, trouble, and expenses as the said C. D. shall think fit, not exceeding £5 for every £100 to be received: Provided Always, and it is hereby agreed and declared, that the said C. D., his executors, administrators, and assigns, shall not in anywise be charged with, or answerable for, any loss, misapplication, or nonapplication of the rents and profits of the said premises, or any part thereof, by reason of any default, neglect, or breach of trust of or in the said E. F., or any future collector or receiver to be appointed as aforesaid, but that such loss, misapplication, or non-application, and every receiver's salary, shall be wholly borne and paid by the said A.B., his heirs, executors, or administrators (/): ProVided Always, and it is hereby lastly agreed and declared between and by the parties to these presents, that the said
Mortgagee not if) If tW» clause were not contained in the deed, there might be to be liable for »ome doubt whether the mortgagee would not be liable for the receiver'! E. F. or other the receiver or receivers so to be appointed as hereinbefore is mentioned, shall not act or assist in the execution of the trusts and powers hereinbefore contained, unless and until some half-yearly payment of interest on the
said sum of £ , or some part thereof, shall be in arrear
and unpaid for the space of one calendar month (g). In Witness &c.
THE SCHEDULE referred to in the above-written Indenture.
DEED of Further Charge.
THIS INDENTURE, made &c, Between the within- Parties, named (a) A. B., [mortgagor], of the one part, and the within
defalcation or misapplication. Thus, where a trustee for the benefit of receiver's decreditors became bankrupt, having retained a sum of money belonging to the trust for three years unapplied, it was held, that the creditors and not the debtor should bear the loss. (Hutchimon v. Lord Maisarene, 2 Ball & Beatt. 49).
Sometimes it is provided, that the receiver shall not be liable for Liability of reinvoluntary losses; (see the form, supra, p. 617); but it is considered, that, ^"yy"^"^0" even in the absence of stipulation, a receiver will not be liable for losses which may occur in the proper discharge of his duty. (Knight v. Lord Plymouth, 3 Atk. 480; S. C. 1 Dick. 120). Of course, however, he will be liable for losses which may occur by means of his own conduct. ( Wren v. Kirton, 11 Ves. 377; Salway v. Salway, '2 Russ. & My. 215. See, too, the cases of Macdonnell v. Harding, 7 Sim. 178; Clough v. Dixon, 8 Sim. 594).
(g) This proviso will of course be omitted if it be intended that the receiver shall forthwith enter into the possession of the rents and profits. Put the usual practice is to postpone his entering on his office till default has been made in payment of interest (See supra, n. («) ).
(a) The precedent in the text is that of a draft intended to be indorsed Manner of pre
on the mortgage deed, and, if circumstances will permit, deeds of further P»"ng further
. charges, charge should always be so indorsed, in order to avoid the necessity of
reciting the mortgage-deed. It sometimes, however, happens, that from
the situation of the mortgagor's abode, to which the deed must be sent
Recital of state of original mortgage.
—of agreement for further charge.
Witnesseth. Covenant for payment of the fresh advance.
named C. D. and E. F., [mortgagees], of the other part: Whereas the within-mentioned sum of £2,000 remains due and owing to the said CD. and E.F. by the said A.B. upon the security of the within-written indenture, but all
interest for the same has been paid up to the day of
past: And Whereas the said C. D. and E. F. have
agreed, at the request of the said A. B., to advance and lend him the further sum of £500 out of monies belonging to them upon a joint account, on having the repayment of the said sum of £500, with interest for the same after the rate hereinafter mentioned, secured in maimer hereinafter mentioned. NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH, that, in pursuance of the said agreement, and in consideration of the sum of .£500 at or immediately &c, the receipt &c, (supra, p. 465), He the said A. B. doth hereby for himself, his heirs, executors, and administrators, covenant with the said C. D. and E. F., their executors and administrators, that he the said A. B., his heirs, executors, or administrators, shall and will pay or cause to be paid unto the said C. D. and E. F., or the survivor of them, or the executors or administrators of such survivor, their or his assigns, the sum of £500, with interest for the same
after the rate of £— per cent, per annum, on the
day of next ensuing the date of these presents, without any deduction or abatement for any present or future taxes or impositions, or any other matter, cause, or thing whatsoever; and in case the said sum of £500 9hall not be paid on the said day of , shall and will thenceforth, during the continuance of this present security, pay or cause to be paid unto the said C. D. and E. F., or the survivor of them, or the executors or administrators of
for execution, or from other circumstances, it is not convenient to indorse the further charge on the original mortgage. In that case the deed of further charge should commence by reciting the mortgage in the usual way, (see infra, p. 644), setting out the parcels in the recital; and the subsequent parts of the instrument must refer to the recited deed, instead of to the within-written deed; "within mentioned" will become "said ; " and the parties will be described in the usual manner. The draft will not in other respects differ from the indorsed deed, of which the precedent is given.