I was reading a contract and I found this usage of "be able to" very unfamiliar.
If during the execution of the Project any product from which intellectual and/or industrial property may arise, the Receiving Party shall immediately inform X of the content of such rights. These rights shall belong exclusively to X, being able the latter to register in the corresponding Registers as the owner of such rights.
I guess it's just an inversion of "X being able to" but I'm not so sure. I googled this and I think it's a bit old and probably not common.