What is BOND AND MORTGAGE?

A species of security, consisting of a bond conditioned for the repayment of a loan of money, and a mortgage of realty to secure the performance of the stipulations of the bond. Meigs v. Bunting, 141 Pa. 233. 21 Atl. 588, 23 Am. St. Rep. 273.

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