We Work to Terminate a Contract if the Developer:
- Used high-pressure sales tactics to pressure you into buying
- Misrepresented what you would receive as part of the ownership
- Told you that the timeshare is an investment opportunity
- Did not fully disclose the cost of maintenance fees and/or special assessment fees
- Did not thoroughly discuss financing terms
- Did not disclose your right of rescission
Timeshare termination is an option for owners who have been the victim of any of the following.
Fraud is commonly understood as dishonesty calculated for advantage. You may call a dishonest person, especially in business, a fraud. In the U.S. legal system, fraud is a specific offense with certain features.
Fraud is most common in the buying or selling of property, including real estate, personal property, and intangible property. State and federal statutes criminalize fraud, but not all cases rise to the level of criminality.
Misrepresentation is a tort, or a civil wrong, creating civil liability if it results in a monetary loss.
If the reader or listener relies upon a misrepresentation, it creates a liability for the maker of the statement. The speaker must also know that the listener relies on the factual correctness of the statement. Finally, the listener’s reliance on the statement must have been reasonable and justified.
Breach of Contract
Failing to perform any term of a contract without a legitimate legal excuse is a breach of contract. This also includes any act which shows the party will not complete the work (“anticipatory breach”).
If you think that you are a victim of any of the above conditions, please contact us at 888-636-4476 for your free consultation. We look forward to speaking with you about your situation and explore your options in timeshare relief.