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A mortgage that has been incorrectly carried out but duly booked is not a pledge.
Mortgage was not duly performed because the signatures of the borrower/mortgage debtor were not authenticated by a notary, as requested by Ohio Reviewed Code Section 5301.01. Despite the lack, the mortgage was adequately registered. Upon warning of the present mortgage and possibly the termination, a second creditor gave cash to the same debtor and registered a duly completed mortgage.
This last mortgage was registered about two years after the first, incorrectly carried out mortgage. For the first mortgage submitted but incorrectly implemented, the owner was an assignor. Claiming that the circumstance was not their culpability and that being fair should put the real first pledger first, especially since the real second pledger had notice of the first pledge, the first mortgage creditor asked Judge McDonald to provide capital.
Justice McDonald denied the occasion to use fair principles to rectify the mistake of the first mortgage creditor, despite the claim that the plaintiff/owner of the second mortgage was purportedly wrongly rewarded. Comment: Unlike what some jurisdictions do, Judge McDonald in Lucas County allowed enforcement to proceed even though the transfer of the secondary mortgage to the claimant was not registered until after the proceedings were instituted.
McDonald found that the case was correct shortly after it was lodged and that no part of the dispute was adversely affected by the same.
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