Scammed by an Timeshare Relinquishment Company

September 17th, 2018

Parts of the timeshare legal Profession and Industry have united to stop the misconduct of those deceiving Timeshare owners into paying for ‘illusory’ timeshare Legal services via fraudulent means. In a case before the US Supreme Court, lawyer Judson Wheeler Phillips, founder of the Castle Law Group, was disbarred on a myriad of charges relating […]


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Timeshare and Loan Terminations ‘Azure Resorts’

September 11th, 2018

Timeshare and loan terminations Azure Resorts What happens when a resort has been caught mis-selling Financial product (loans) link to timeshares? A Landmark decision is made which opens the door to millions in damages and that why has just happened in the case of Azure Resorts in Malta and its supporting banks. On 1 August […]


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The Best Timeshare Lawyers in Europe.

September 10th, 2018

When the world’s largest advertising consultant felt it necessary to issue a warning regarding the ‘digital media’ adverts he summarised his talk by saying  “the supply chain is either “gloomy at best or fraudulent at worst”. Mr Marc Pritchard is the chief brand officer of ‘Procter & Gamble’ and warned in a landmark speech to […]


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Timeshare Rights and Transfers of them

September 7th, 2018

Assignment The assignment of a Timeshare involves the transfer of an interest or benefit from one person to another. However, the ‘burden’, or obligations, under a contract cannot be transferred. Assignment in construction contracts As noted above only the benefits of a contract can be assigned – not the burden. In the context of maintenance […]


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Types of Timeshares and the nature of the interest bought

September 7th, 2018

SDLT legislation does not make specific provision for timeshares and the Stamp duty and land tax [SDLT] treatment of a timeshare agreement in respect of UK land will depend on the nature of the interest which it represents. This is a matter of general land law. Timeshare accommodation is defined by section 1(1)(a) of the […]


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