FCSC

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FCSCForeign Claims Settlement Commission
FCSCFootball Club de Saint Corneille (French football club)
FCSCFrançais Complet Signé Codé (French; Complete French Signed Coded; deafness)
FCSCFootball Club Saint-Claude (French football club)
FCSCFujitsu Computer Systems Corporation
FCSCFootball Club de Saulon Corcelles (French football club)
FCSCFederal Civil Service Commission (Nigeria)
FCSCFederal Conversion Support Center
FCSCFellow Construction Specifications Canada
FCSCFleet Command Support Center
FCSCFairchild Communications Services Company
FCSCFire Control Systems Coordinator
FCSCFire Control System Coordinator
FCSCFlint Civil Service Commission (Flint, Michigan)
FCSCFuture Combat Systems Communications
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The Foreign Claims Settlement Commission adjudicates the claims of American nationals (individuals and corporations) arising out of the nationalization, expropriation, or other taking of their property by foreign governments--and, in some cases, claims for personal injury and death--pursuant to the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 and other statutes.
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission Foreign Claims Settlement 1,561 -- 1,606 -- 1,823 Commission
If there's significant change in Cuba's political system in the near future, more pre-Castro property owners and their estates will likely want to contact the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission to certify whatever claims they have against the Cuban government.
Cuban exiles like de la Vega Glen were not eligible to file a claim with the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (FCSC) for their expropriated properties in Cuba because they were not U.S.
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (see CubaNews, February 2005, pages 1 and 8-9).
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (CubaNews, February 2005, pages 1 and 8).
Tamargo, chairman of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, page 8).
Perhaps it's poetic justice that Tamargo, 47, is today chairman of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, one of two independent agencies administered by the Department of Justice (the other is the U.S.
Ros Lehtinen, (R-FL) to head the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission. But not before the nominee vowed that a new claims category for Cuban exiles who lost property during Fidel Castro's expropriations would be a violation of international law.
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