Spanish timeshare owners who were sold timeshare after January 5th 1999 in certain cases will be eligible to claim compensation and have their contracts ruled null and void under a new precedent set by the Spanish Supreme Court. If within 14 days from signing your purchase agreement, you paid money either by credit card, depositing funds with a trustee or signing for the provision of finance you could be eligible to claim.
In addition many timeshare contracts were signed in perpetuity (or for a period of more than 50 years) which is a clear breach of Spanish Law 42/1998. Many contracts also failed to provide the correct information to be deemed legal in Spain and as such can be claimed to be null and void.
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