Timeshare properties are notoriously difficult to get rid of. Many timeshares legally bind customers into long-term contracts, while others make it that hard to sell your timeshare that many simply give up trying. To be rid of your timeshare once and for all you need good legal help and at Mercantile Claims, we are timeshare release specialists with vast experience of timeshare exit
Timeshare law can be very difficult to understand and this has been the main reason timeshare companies and resorts have succeed in keeping customers bound to their contracts, as people simply don’t know how to spot the flaws in the contracts, how they relate to the law and how it can help them be released from their timeshare.
Contracts Can Make It Hard to Exit Timeshare
The laws surrounding timeshares can be just as complicated as the contracts the timeshare companies and resorts issue to customers. Without professional help is nearly impossible to understand all the intricacies of the laws and contracts. Without the specialist knowledge people simply give up – and this is what the companies rely on.
But once a customer takes the time to engage the help of a specialist timeshare exit lawyer, the contracts can be scrutinised carefully.
Not it goes without saying that not all timeshare contracts that are issued breach any of the laws, but even so it still doesn’t mean that you can’t get rid of the contract and the timeshare.
Our professional timeshare legal experts here at Mercantile Claims, will advise you on the best way to legally exit your contract, sometimes without even going to court. Now while this advice won’t be free, when you weigh it up against the costs of things such as the maintenance fees paid on the property, legal advice is a far better alternative.
What Makes An Illegal Timeshare Contract?
It is not uncommon for timeshare contracts to contain some kind of law breach, and cases of legal timeshare cases being won by claimants is continually increasing. Many timeshare contracts will contain a clause(s) that have recently ruled as illegal.
Any timeshare contract that exceeds a fifty year term, is known as ‘in perpetuity’ – these are now illegal. There have been cases where a timeshare contract doesn’t specify any end date – thus they have been ruled as ‘in perpetuity’. These cases have seen claimants win compensation from the timeshare company and also a exit from their contracts.
Other cases are appearing where floating weeks and points-based systems are being ruled as illegal. This aspect of the law is slightly more complicated, but at Mercantile Claims we will be able to advise you if your contract has breached any of these laws.
To summarise there are several ways for you to get rid of your timeshare. Some people try selling on the timeshare, while this is possible it is very difficult. Getting expert professional advice from Mercantile Claims could save you thousands of pounds in maintenance fees and other associated costs – as well as releasing you from the timeshare contract.
Don’t wait any longer, contact Mercantile Claims to find out if you could get rid of your timeshare and rediscover your freedom.
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