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"The Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court (TS) has issued two judgments in which overrides several Sealed tourism contracts in the south of Gran Canaria and framed in the timesharing - exploitation turns of real estate - for not respecting the maximum term of 50 years prescribed by law and sell in perpetuity. Read More
I have recently come across an article posted by Christophe Elliot with this very suggestive title, Does the timeshare industry love ignorant consumers? that for its doubtless interest I reproduce below:
"Businesses like to say their best customers are educated ones. But that doesn’t necessarily apply to the timeshare industry. Read More
I recently had the opportunity to know about several judgments, namely five, ruled by the Court of First Instance number THREE, of San Bartolome de Tirajana, in which his lordship, Judge Mr. Armando Garcia Castellano, changing his approach so far, declared null and void the contracts signed at the time by my clients -I acted in these trials in ... Read More
The judgment has date of 21st february 2013 and was notified to my colleague, Miguel Rodríguez with whom I have collaborated during the last three years on Timeshare cases, on the 8th of March.