A Miami group has created a registry to compile claims againstproperties in Cuba, a database that would be used by foreign investorsthat want to do business on the island but which aren’t sure whether aclaim exists on a particular property.
“There are not a lot of resources available to investors,” says TeoBabun, a trade consultant and managing partner of the newly formed CubaClaims Registry. “But, this is a good opportunity to allow those withclaims an opportunity to negotiate with firms interested in buyingtheir seized lands.”
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