When an action is brought for the foreclosure of a mortgage on which there is due
any interest, or any portion of the principal, and there are other portions to become
due subsequently, the action shall be dismissed, upon the defendant bringing into
court, at any time before the judgment of sale, the principal and interest due, with
costs. If, after such judgment of sale, the defendant brings into court the principal and
interest due, with costs, the action shall be stayed; but the court shall enter judgment
of foreclosure and sale, to be enforced by a further order upon a subsequent default
in the payment of any portion of the principal or of interest thereafter to become
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