Prior to the Communist revolution in Cuba, Elvira de la Vega Glen and her sister, Ana Maria dela Vega Glen were Cuban citizens and residents who

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Prior to the Communist revolution in Cuba, Elvira de la Vega Glen and her sister, Ana Maria dela Vega Glen were Cuban citizens and residents who jointly owned beachfront property on the Peninsula de Hicacos in Varadero, Cuba. On January 1, 1959, in conjunction with Fidel Castro's communist revolution the Cuban government took the property without paying the Glens. Also in 1959, the sisters fled Cuba for the United States.Forty years later, Club Med entered into a joint agreement with the Cuban government todevelop the property. Club Med built and operated a five-star luxury hotel on the property the Glens had owned. The Glens sued Club Med in a US District court in Florida alleging that the original taking of the property by the Cuban government was illegal and that Club Med had trespassed on their property and been unduly enriched by the use of the property. The Glens sought to recover the millions of dollars in profits earned by Club med form the alleged wrongful occupation and use of the Glen's property.What law applies? What are the most important facts? How do the facts prove the elements of the law? What is your conclusion about the case based on your analysis?  

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Prior to the Communist revolution in Cuba, Elvira de la Vega Glen and her sister, Ana Maria dela Vega Glen were Cuban citizens and residents who

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