European Report on Timeshare 2007
Many timeshares were sold after 2007 and when sold, those timeshares should be compliant to the laws and regulation in Europe. Those laws/regulations are expressed in the other legislation which was eventually adopted in all the member states in the E.U.
It is necessary (when seeking an exit) to consider the underlying thought process of the various representatives so that you and ultimately the court can have the full and unfettered mindset of the participants of the lawmakers.
Here you can browse the report which was ordered by the House of Lords and printed on the 11th December 2007.
In 1997 the European Union Committee was appointed by the House of Lords sort advice from the many industries and consumer’s bodies so as matters relating to timeshare could be fully and openly discussed.
Parliament was also asked to consider European Union documents and other matters relating to timeshare and the European Union”.
Committees were constructed and formed into seven Sub-Committees which were:
Economic and Financial Affairs, and International Trade (Sub-Committee A)
Internal Market (Sub-Committee B)
Foreign Affairs, Defence and Development Policy (Sub-Committee C)
Environment and Agriculture (Sub-Committee D)
Law and Institutions (Sub-Committee E)
Home Affairs (Sub-Committee F)
Social Policy and Consumer Affairs (Sub-Committee G)
The members of those committees are as follows: –
|The Members of the European Union Committee are:|
|Baroness Cohen of Pimlico|
|Lord Grenfell (Chairman)|
|Baroness Howarth of Breckland|
|Lord Kerr of Kinlochard|
|Lord Maclennan of Rogart
Information about the Committee
The reports and the evidence presented to those of the Committee were fully published and now available from The Stationery Office.
In respect to timeshare consumers, the information is now feely available here.
By entering the site via the links provided you will find many publications, along with all the relevant press notices, General Information
The Committee’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are the full Terms of Reference
By clicking of the different section consumers will fully appreciate the discussion before launching into legal actions against the timeshare developers
“No Win No Fee” Compensation Claims Please contact Mrs Glynn on 01253 208482
Club La Costa compensation Claims Please Contact Miss Jenkinson 01253 208 483
Terminations of your Timeshare Please Contact Mrs Trippier 01253 729683.
Exits and Terminations: email@example.com
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Last modified: 8th March 2018