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Cuban Assets

A lower court improperly ordered a bank to turn over money from the Republic of Cuba to the families of victims tortured and killed in 1959 and 1960 by the revolutionary state, the Second Circuit ruled, finding that jurisdiction was lacking and the families must return any money already received.

NEW YORK CITY – A lower court improperly ordered a bank to turn over money from the Republic of Cuba to the families of victims tortured and killed in 1959 and 1960 by the revolutionary state, the Second Circuit ruled, finding that jurisdiction was lacking and the families must return any money already received.

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