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How to escape a US timeshare

How to escape a US timeshare

Relinquishing a US timeshare is tricky Kathie Asaro, a retired sales manager from California, decided she no longer wanted her Rancho Mirage timeshare. It just didn't fit her lifestyle. Unfortunately her timeshare contract was 'in perpetuity' (did not have an ends...

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Timeshare Relinquishment in the USA

Timeshare Relinquishment in the USA

A University of Central Florida ran an experiment and their findings showed that 85% of timeshare owners later regretted their purchase. That is a huge amount of timeshare owners who want to set themselves free from their obligations, if you are one of them, you are...

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Another Win Against Marriott Vacation Club

Another Win Against Marriott Vacation Club

Last week our legal team were busy in the Balearic court of Palma de Mallorca, Spain where they obtained our latest victory against Marriott Vacation Club. In this case the contract was nullified because the contractual agreement was found to be uncompliant with...

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Can I refuse to inherit a USA timeshare?

Can I refuse to inherit a USA timeshare?

Losing a loved one is one of the most painful experiences a person can go through.  Here is a quick guide from European Consumer Claims (ECC) on how to avoid being saddled with a costly, restrictive and outdated US holiday membership...

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Diamond Resorts Lose Another Case for Compensation

Diamond Resorts Lose Another Case for Compensation

This case was heard at the first court of instance, Fuengirola, Southern Spain. At the hearing, it was revealed that the contract did not meet the minimum Spanish law requirements regarding the accommodation and period of validity. For these reasons, the judge deemed...

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Double Win Against Diamond Resorts

Double Win Against Diamond Resorts

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....

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