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University of Miami Law School

Comparative and Foreign Law

Government ownership -- Cuba

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U.S. Certified Claims Against Cuba: Legal Reality And Likely Settlement Mechanisms, Timothy Ashby Apr 2009

U.S. Certified Claims Against Cuba: Legal Reality And Likely Settlement Mechanisms, Timothy Ashby

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

Misconceptions abound regarding U.S. certified claims against Cuba for properties taken by the Castro regime. Given the probability that the Obama administration may pursue a different Cuba policy than its predecessors, a realistic approach to resolution of the claims issue requires an objective understanding of the legal environment and options for settlement.


Expropriation: United States Claimants' Rights And The Future Of Cuba, Robert E. Freer Jr. Jan 1995

Expropriation: United States Claimants' Rights And The Future Of Cuba, Robert E. Freer Jr.

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.


Righting Old Wrongs: A Survey Of Restitution Schemes For Possible Application To A Democratic Cuba, Nicolás J. Gutiérrez Jr. Jan 1995

Righting Old Wrongs: A Survey Of Restitution Schemes For Possible Application To A Democratic Cuba, Nicolás J. Gutiérrez Jr.

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Significance Of Restitution In The Economic Recovery Of Cuba, Robert E. Freer Jr. Jan 1995

The Significance Of Restitution In The Economic Recovery Of Cuba, Robert E. Freer Jr.

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.