Owners Ask To Intervene In FTC's Belize Real Estate Suit

Law360 (March 11, 2019, 7:17 PM EDT) -- A group of Belize property investors have urged a Maryland federal court to let them intervene in a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit involving what the agency calls “the largest overseas real estate investment scam” it has ever targeted, proposing to create an owners’ association to keep the development up and running.

Property owners at Sanctuary Belize want to intervene in a suit involving what the FTC says is “the largest overseas real estate investment scam” the agency has ever targeted. (FTC) The 18 proposed intervenors who filed their motion on Friday say they and other property owners at the Manhattan-sized Sanctuary...

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