Yamashita v Hudson Bay Insurance Co.

Yamashita v Hudson Bay Insurance Co.

Yamashita v Hudson Bay Insurance Co., [1918] 26 BCR 387
Justice Morrison grants Yamashita’s application for leave to examine an agent of the Hudson Bay Insurance Company, this individual having been responsible for an insurance policy that had caused Yamashita to issue a writ to said company.
Hudson Bay Insurance Co



Yamashita v Hudson Bay Insurance Co.


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Metadata author: Connell Parish
Metadata author: Gordon Lyall
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Source: British Columbia Supreme Court. British Columbia Reports. 1918.


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