Re Nippon Kinyu Sha Ltd, Ex p Totaro Fujino

Re Nippon Kinyu Sha Ltd, Ex p Totaro Fujino

Re Nippon Kinyu Sha Ltd, Ex p Totaro Fujino, [1923] 1 DLR 1156
Justice Murphy ruled: ‘the decision of the trustee is correct and distribution should take place in accordance with ex D called ex 2 at the hearing’ (1156). Though the case involves a Japanese descended litigant and a business that appears to be Japanese or Japanese Canadian owned, there is little other information available about the case, the litigants, or even the business itself as the only records that exist of said business in city directories from the time has a completely different spelling of the business, therefore it is difficult to discern if it is the same business in question



Re Nippon Kinyu Sha Ltd, Ex p Totaro Fujino


Researcher: Monique F. Ulysses
Researcher: Lauren Chalaturnyk
Metadata author: Connell Parish
Metadata author: Gordon Lyall
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Source: British Columbia Supreme Court. Dominion Law Reports. 1923.


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