A Cuban exile family seeking payment for confiscated land in Cuba that is being used by hotel chain Grupo Sol Meli� is threatening to take its fight against the Spanish company to Florida.

The 50 to 65 adult members of the S�nchez-Hill family, most of whom live in South Florida, would like to become the first Cuban-Americans paid by a foreign company under terms of a temporary standstill agreement not to sue for their Cuban claims.

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