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Venezuelan Consulate Hit With Eviction Lawsuit By Tibor Holllo

Venezuelan Consulate Hit With Eviction Lawsuit By Tibor Holllo

One day after Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro said he would reopen the country’s consulate in Miami, landlord Tibor Hollo filed a lawsuit to evict them.

In 2012, then-president Hugo Chavez ordered the Miami consulate closed at 1101 Brickell, and rent payments stopped. Hollo threatened eviction then, but Venezuela eventually resumed payments.

On February 14, Maduro said he would reopen the Miami consulate to allow local Venezuelans to vote in an upcoming election, according to Reuters.

The next day, Hollo’s TWJ 1101, LLC filed an eviction lawsuit. It states that rent hasn’t been paid since September 2017, with the total unpaid debt now reaching $142,118.70.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Tibor Hollo: ” I’m old, but not dead ” Don’t fudge with me!.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Exactly! Tibor reminds me of Hyman Roth in the Godfather.
Old but still a player.

Anonymous
Anonymous

No need to reopen to vote as the result is already fixed…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Maybe all the money otherwise paid in rent will help Venezuela keep its citizens from starving. Wait, what money?

William
William

It took 6 months of nonpayment to file the suit? Something else is at play here????

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m just here to say the building is ugly.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah man, that was very informative.