Soichi Nunoda to The Custodian, 01 November 1944

Soichi Nunoda to The Custodian, 01 November 1944

Slocan, B. C., November 1st, 1944.
ack by usual letter 8/11/44
The Custodian, Royal Bank Building, Vancouver, B. C. Dear Sir:
You have informed my that my following properties have been sold.
Catalogue No. 421.
1198 West 70th Ave., Vancouver, B. C. Lot 14 & 15, Blk. D. D/L 318.
Catalogue #237-238.
8622 Selkirk St., Vancouver, B. C. Lot 12 & 13. Blk. D. D/L 318.
As you are aware, I have never consented to the sale nor ratified it but have at all times and do now object to the sale of my properties, which I consider the wrongful sale and disposition of my properties.
Yours truly,



Soichi Nunoda to The Custodian, 01 November 1944


Encoder: Ariel Merriam
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