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Jeremy Walker Associates have access to the very best European and UK based specialist Solicitors and Barristers, which enables us to be proactively better than any other company on the market. We are uniquely positioned to be experienced in all Timeshare legislation and laws within the EU and worldwide, which gives us an advantage with each and every referral case we undertake on our clients behalf.
Brexit has now impacted the time available to UK residents to seek legal recompense and legally terminate their ongoing Timeshare liabilities. Please contact us urgently if you have any queries regarding how the Brexit transition will affect you personally. We have created detailed blogs highlighting the need to commence your case immediately.
Jeremy Walker Associates are well versed in handling intricate, and in most cases traumatic, Timeshare issues on behalf of our clients. Our team of experts are legally trained to help guide our clients through their legal options until their cases reach successful completion.The team at Jeremy Walker Associates have over 40 years of combined experience within the Legal Services, Timeshare and property industries.
We highly recommend that all of our referral clients prepare their Timeshare documentation ahead of their contact with our team of experts so that we can evaluate their legal casework as swiftly as possible. Please contact us directly if you have any queries regarding your case progress
In January 1999 the Spanish goverment brought in Law42/98 with the sole purpose of protecting Timeshare consumer's.
It was deemed illegal to take any up front costs within a 90 day period .
Any contracts including Floating, Flexi or Points were regarded as illegal from this date forward.
It was also deemed illegal to enter a pertpetuity contract or any contract lasting more than 50 years.
The story of Spanish Legal History and the first Supreme Court Rulings fundamentally brought about a seed change in overall Timeshare law. It was a long-running battle because when Spanish Timeshare Law 42/98 was enacted in January 1999, the Timeshare industry did not change their practices in accordance with the new laws. This law was put into place to protect consumers from malpractice and lay down regulations on the sale of Timeshare, which previously had been totally unregulated. The Timeshare industry believed they were “untouchable”, that they were too powerful and the law was wrong. As you will see this was not to be the case.
When the Spanish timeshare law was enacted in January 1999, the Timeshare industry was given reasonable opportunity to get their act together and adapt their contracts to comply with the law, which the vast majority of companies did not do,
If you purchased a Timeshare and were either an EU or UK resident at that time, then you should investigate whether you may be affected. It must be remembered that Court claims are not easy to pursue, as this article confirms, and unless you are fluent in Timeshare Law or a qualified lawyer, specialist legal assistance will be essential.
If you wish to obtain an expert opinion, we are only a phone call away. We also have the legal resources to direct you to suitable companies who can handle these complex cases.
An EU resident has recently been awarded more than an estimated €140,000 after what has been called a “ground-breaking” EU court ruling that promises to shake many operators within the Timeshare industry to their very core.
The Provincial High Court ruling ordering Anfi to refund all of the clients payments, plus interest and legal fees, after a case that has lasted more than 2 years.
The client was persuaded by Gran Canaria’s Anfi Sales S.L. in 2001 to sign a contract for Timeshare, paying deposit illegally within their colling off period with their credit card, the courts have ruled that their right to a full “cooling off period” was certainly breached. The law on this is strict, Timeshare sellers cannot take a deposit within the first 10 days of any contract, in this case it seems they did.
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