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The new measures of the United States towards Cuba have materialised. On Thursday 2 May, Title III of the of the Cuban Freedom and Democratic Solidarity (Libertad) Act of 1996 (better known as the Helms-Burton Act) was activated for the first time, opening the door to claims in U.S. courts in connection with properties that were nationalised in Cuba at the time of the Revolution and that are currently being used by third parties. The international reaction to this development has been important, especially in the European Union.
Se materializan las nuevas medidas de los Estados Unidos hacia Cuba. El pasado jueves 2 de mayo entró por primera vez en vigor el título III de la Ley Helms-Burton. La reacción internacional frente a dicha entrada en vigor ha sido importante, especialmente en la Unión Europea.
La nueva Ley de Contratos de Crédito Inmobiliario plantea interrogantes, en ocasiones preocupantes para los inversores en carteras hipotecarias originadas en terceros prestamistas.