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Everything You Need To Know About ‘In Perpetuity’ Contracts

June 5th, 2016

One of the phrases which you might often hear in timeshare negotiations is ‘in perpetuity’, but what does this term actually mean, and why is it so controversial? What Are They? Essentially, an ‘in perpetuity’ agreements lasts for the entirety of the customer’s life, and in some cases, even after death, the costs may pass […]


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TESS-Timeshare Legal Assistance

May 16th, 2016

Timeshare like other industries is awash with Paralegal companies promising to deliver legal options for exiting Timeshare contracts and long-term holiday products. Many consumers face off unregulated, unlicensed and unethical enterprises, governed or controlled by the minds of ex-timeshare salesmen and women. Some having mis-sold the public timeshares, are relieved of the employment and now […]


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New-Spanish Supreme Court Ruling in Favour of Timeshare owners

March 24th, 2016

On the 5th of January 1999, the Spanish Government brought into law a Directive in Spain (42/98). This law imparted many rights and for the benefit of Timeshare consumers. It outlawed the taking of advanced payments, ruled unlawful Floating Timeshare contracts and limited general Timeshare contracts from perpetuity to no longer than 50 years. The law […]


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Timeshare in Spain and Law 42/98

March 5th, 2016

British consumer should have a lot of praise for the Spanish Judiciary. They ceased upon the blight that was effecting they Holiday Industry and created legislation to curb the distasteful and shocking revelations, which occurred on their soil. In 1998 they passed what is commonly known as law 42/98 and the law was introduced on […]


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Spain/Spanish Timeshare and the return of Maintenance fees

March 5th, 2016

  To further seek to impart information on the consumer, TESS are constantly asked by our hundreds of consumers “if and when you seek to void a Spanish Timeshare contract will you receive all your maintenance fee back”. The answer is found in the appeals authority which came for the Appellant Bench of the High […]


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Law 42/1998 – Timeshare Law in Spain

June 25th, 2015

Any contract signed in Spain containing the word “ownership or property (propiedad)” is null and void and Consumers may have the right to a refund of any money paid, plus legal interest. There are precedents in Spanish Courts for the nullity and refund of money if you were sold under the term “propiedad” (property). Provision 1.4 […]


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Spanish timeshare law

June 4th, 2015

Many articles are being written and proffered on this subject including an eminent Spanish lawyer. Clearly, supporters of Consumers have established that the recent Supreme Court ruling which came out of Madrid supports the contention that a breach of Law 42/98 and the provisions in 1261 of the Spanish Civil Code can be applied to […]


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