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Recent Supreme Court rulings have turned the tide in favour of timeshare owners. The changes mean contracts in perpetuity, floating weeks, deposits paid during the cooling off period and timeshare sold as an investment are now deemed unlawful.
Even if you have been unsuccessful previously or told you didn’t have a case, we can help you get out and getting some money back.
For most of the timeshare owners who come to us for help, getting out of the timeshare contract is the main priority. However, our experts can also advise on the expanding range of potential avenues for getting some money back against the timeshare resorts, groups and associated finance providers.
“Yes, it is possible in certain instances and circumstances, as many have previously, as witnessed on public portals and Social Media..”
The answer to this question rests with Solicitors and Contract Experts of which we legally instruct. We are associated with the most experienced Spanish timeshare lawyers.