Timeshares in Europe are covered by the European Timeshare Act and the Timeshare Directive (1994).
These Timeshare regulations were established to protect consumers from unfair practices by developers. There have been numerous amendments to both the Directive and Act with significant improvements and protection with each amendment. Although the European Commission has tried to control poor practices, there still appear to be numerous cases where the rules are not being followed.
Timeshare Law is an extremely complex and specialised area, dealing with not just multiple governing laws but also different law areas such as property contract and finance. Different countries legislation may also need to be assessed as the property could be owned in one country, trusted in another and managed from another.
Our specialist staff have a wealth of knowledge in these areas and can assist you with any issues you may have with your club.
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