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Tylor writes to BR regarding the two carpets that were delivered to him "in lieu of two pink and green Persian rugs".
"I am afraid I cannot advise you to sell the two carpets as any such action would be an act of conversion against the true owner who, if he came into the possession of the fact, would be entitled to sue and recover from you the value of the carpets or, if he so chose, the price received by you."
Tylor refers to Mr. Walker's letter to Dora of 2 October 1944 stating "'I cannot help thinking there has been a mix-up with your belongings at some period before they came here.' I rather doubt that Mr. Walker would be able to swear that the inventory of the furniture he supplied was, in fact, carefully checked with the goods and found to be in order when he received the goods."
Record last modified 2016/02/10
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