It’s not often a landlord gets to evict a nation, but Tibor Hollo is doing just that to Venezuela and its consulate in Miami.
The building’s owner, Florida East Coast Realty, led by Hollo, its president, filed an eviction lawsuit against the government of Venezuela, its economic development bank and its consulate office on Feb. 7.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced in January that he would close its consulate in Miami after Livia Acosta Noguera, its Miami consul general, was expelled from the U.S. She was subject to an FBI investigation over allegations that she was involved in a potential cyber-attack on the U.S. government – news unveiled by Univision.
Hollo said the Venezuelan officials have cleared out of his building and he hasn’t been able to contact them.
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