Cruise Line Seeks Nix Of Suit Over Using Cuban Dock

Law360 (November 18, 2019, 9:42 PM EST) -- MSC Cruises has urged a Florida federal court to toss a suit from a Havana port’s ex-owner accusing the cruise line of trafficking in stolen property by using the terminal, saying that the former owner had failed to specify which acts constitute such trafficking.

MSC Cruises argued in a filing on Friday that Havana Docks Corp. had failed to provide details about how the cruise line trafficked in confiscated property.

Havana Docks has not outlined what acts MSC Cruises allegedly committed within the scope of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, which allows suits over property seized by the Cuban government...

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