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Timeshare – Barclays Partner Finance.

December 10th, 2018

Timeshare – Barclays Partner Finance. One of Britain’s biggest sub-prime banks ‘Barclays Partner Finance’ [BPF] has been told to compensate the customers who were mis-sold loans. The loans were sold as “buy now, pay later” loans sold by the Timeshare resorts without proper oversight. “Where any customer detriment is discovered, BPF have stated they will […]


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Praetorian Legal Ltd Trading Unlawfully. 

December 3rd, 2018

The real and contingent creditors regarding this company are likely to grow, over time and as the ‘Ponzi Scheme’ results are more consumer being placed onto harm’s way. The Company is registered in England and Wales recognisable by its company number 09311368. The company was incorporated on the 14th November 2014, as a private limited […]


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Compensation- ‘Silverpoint’ and Loans taken out

December 3rd, 2018

The Timeshare sales Company ‘Silverpoint’ is based in Tenerife and continues to be buffeted by Complaints and Adverse Awards in the Courts in Spain. Equally, the supporting Banks who sold consumers loans to buy the Silverpoint products are receiving damaged based claims on account of alleged bad practices, performed by Silverpoint, their Servants, Agents and […]


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Code of Conduct for Timeshare Ligation Funding

December 3rd, 2018

CODE OF CONDUCT for LITIGATION FUNDERS January 2018 1. This code (‘the Code’) sets out standards of practice and behaviour to be observed by Funders (as defined in clause 2 below) who are Members of The Association of Litigation Funders of England & Wales (‘the Association’) in respect of funding the resolution of Relevant Disputes. […]


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TESS Ending Timeshare Contracts in Florida

December 2nd, 2018

Florida has strong consumer protection statutes when it comes to the purchase and sale of timeshares. If you are seeking to cancel a timeshare contract, it is important to check if the timeshare company complied with all state statutes and one of the strongest protections for timeshare consumers is the ten-day cancellation provision. If you […]


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The Supreme Court ruled against Diamond Resorts

November 30th, 2018

In the Supreme Court in London, it adjudicate over a question of whether a ‘timeshare property’ can grant an easement on a neighbouring property. When the timeshare owners of the resort at Regency Villas in Barham, Kent, were told to start paying for the use of neighbouring Broome Park’s sporting facilities, which they had been using […]


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‘Club Infiniti’ Timeshare Points- Compensation Claims

November 29th, 2018

Club Infiniti was owned and managed by ‘Petchey Leisure’ on behalf of the members in the club. The Infiniti timeshare Points system was introduced by ‘Petchey Leisure’ and as an alternative to the ‘fixed week’ timeshare, however, by its very nature, the product is a ‘Floating timeshare product whereby the underlying inventory which supports the […]


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The Timeshare Association Conferences

November 26th, 2018

The Timeshare Association, Athena Law, Timeshare Solicitor, Legal Claim Funder Ltd, TESS Law and Connally Solicitors have now completed their 2018 Free Timeshare Roadshows Conference in the UK. The purpose of the conferences was to disseminate free information to all attendees, which would help them regarding the termination and exiting of timeshare contracts, the issuing of […]


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Is the Winding up of Praetorian Legal, Just and Equitable

November 23rd, 2018

It cannot be overlooked that under the Insolvency Act 1986, a Company can and should be ‘wound up’ on the ‘just and equitable’ grounds if: – it is established that the Company’s activities have caused, are causing or will cause financial harm to existing and potential creditors. This legal principle exists in England and Wales […]


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I can no longer afford a Timeshare

November 22nd, 2018

“I can’t get rid of this timeshare and I can’t afford the levies anymore‚ so I’ve left it to Julius Malema in my will.” Eben Combrinck was sharing with the National Consumer Commission’s public inquiry in Durban the financial burden which his two weeks’ timeshare in a Bela-Bela nature reserve had become. It wasn’t the […]


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