One case was heard at the first court of instance and it was revealed that the contract did not comply with the Spanish law 4/2012. The contract did not reveal the minimum accommodation requirements such as what the client had purchased and when they could use it. Based on these grounds, the judge ruled that the contract be deemed null and void.
The second case was a victory on an appeal. Diamond Resorts argued that they did not agree with the initial decision which was for the same reasons as the case above. At the appeal, the judge ruled in our favour and we also receive the court costs.