In Norlin v. Montgomery the Washington court (1) held that a mortgagee of the vendee's interest under a forfeitable real estate contract has a lien on the equity of the vendee, and (2) implied that the lien survives a default by the vendee and a subsequent declaration of forfeiture by the vendor.
Washington Case Law,
Security Transactions—Survival of Mortgage-Lien on Conditional Vendee's Interest Following Declaration of Forfeiture,
37 Wash. L. Rev.
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