A mortgagee foreclosed by a bill in equity without making a lessee, under a lease executed subsequent to the mortgage, a party. In a suit by the purchaser at the foreclosure sale to recover rent from the lessee the court held that the foreclosure put an end to the term and the obligation to pay rent notwithstanding the fact that the lessee was not made a party to the foreclosure proceedings. Dolese v. Bellows-Claude Neon Co., 261 Mich. 57,245 N. W. 569 (1932).
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