Resolution of Property Dispute in Nicaragua

The Attorney General has invited U.S. citizens with outstanding property claims, to present their cases to a process that it advertises as fast.

Friday, March 28, 2014

The Nicaraguan Government is seeking to resolve in the short term all cases or property disputes that exist with U.S. and in through this dispel the usual objections for it not being granted a Waiver of Property by the U.S. government.

"In a meeting with José Adán Aguerri, President of the Superior Council of Private Enterprise, Cosep," Hernán Estrada, Attorney General "invited all American claimants to the Attorney General's Office or to present themselves to the Centre for Mediation or Arbitration in order to present their cases and for the processes to be carried out quickly. "

"The prosecutor indicated that only 3% of claims remain to be resolved, which they hope will be resolved this year."

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