The central bank of Ecuador is entitled to $4.29 million from a company that owns a 77-acre Orlando property and is linked to a fraud case that had its genesis in Ecuador and bounced to courts in the United States, Bahamas and London for 20 years, a Miami court ruled.

From the outset, the Miami case seeking assets to pay a $600 million judgment has involved a complex web of companies and offshore subsidiaries linked to one of Ecuador’s wealthiest and well-known banking families.

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