Are you looking for a timeshare exit strategy?
Timeshare cases incorporate areas of the law, such as:
- Real Estate Development and Sales
- Merchandising Practices
- Property Owners Associations
- Contract, FTC Regulations
- Telemarketing and Do Not Call Laws
- Fair Debt Collection Practices
What is the Right of Rescission After the Sale of Timeshare?
In all timeshare cases there is a right of rescission after the sale and many claims against timeshare companies will include a demand to rescind the contract. While all of these areas of law are fairly commonplace for most attorneys, very few lawyers are well versed and understand what goes on behind the scenes in timeshare sales.
Understanding Timeshare Plans
There are many different types of timeshare plans that are offered and very few attorneys understand more about a timeshare than what might be in the contract. Timeshare contracts are typically very vague and do not demonstrate how to use the service and property purchased, those would be found in rules and policies or just the whims of the owner services representative at the time.
Why is it Important to Have an Attorney Review Your Timeshare?
The timeshare companies are not the only concern involving timeshare or vacation ownership. Because there are so many owners who want out of the increasing maintenance fees there are many companies advertising for services such as “timeshare cancellation”, “timeshare exit”, or will tell you they can sell your timeshare. If it is not a licensed lawyer or a licensed real estate agent you are better off steering clear.
Can Neally Law Help Me Develop a Timeshare Exit Strategy?
It is important that if you have signed a timeshare contract that you talk to a lawyer who understands the timeshare sales pitch and that knows the inner workings of a timeshare resort company. No attorney has a better understanding of the inner workings of the timeshare industry than Neally Law. Contact us today to discuss your options!
My timeshare company used deceptive sales practices. Can Neally Law Help?
Many timeshare companies like to sell the dream of owning your future vacations. They paint a picture of hassle-free use and a lifetime of great memories. The problems often only become apparent after you receive your login or owner id to make reservations. It is then you might realize that while you thought you were buying a right to vacation, you actually were only buying the right to compete with other timeshare owners and the developer for your vacation time.
In most plans there is no right to actually use what you paid good money for, but just to be able to call up and try to make a reservation. Many of the timeshare resorts will point to the purchase contract which states clearly that you agree that you relied on no other promises than what is in writing in that contract. The problem, though, is often not what you purchased, merely an interest in a condo, but with the description of your ability to use it.
The descriptions in writing on how you use your timeshare are often spelled out in the covenants of the Property Owners Association or the Trust documents. These documents are the length of novels and are not easily understood.
If you feel that the sales process was deceptive contact Neally Law to discuss your case.
Can Neally Law Help? My Timeshare Exit Company Used Deceptive Practices.
This is a hot issue surrounding timeshare is “exit” companies. These companies often charge high fees with promises to get you out of your timeshare obligations. They frequently use scare tactics such as advising you that your children will inherit your interests and be stuck for their entire lifetime with an ever-increasing maintenance fee or they outright lie about what they can accomplish and inflate the associated costs.
Additionally, many of these companies operate illegally by taking fees for providing unlicensed legal or real estate services. Neally Law is familiar with these practices and has represented timeshare owners who have been defrauded by these companies.
If you have paid a company thousands of dollars that has promised you to get out of your timeshare and felt that you were deceived contact Neally Law to discuss your case.