If you want to cancel a timeshare that you purchased in Oregon, Seaside Consultants Group can help. Our specialists, analysts, and team of professionals have ample experience with timeshare cancellation in each state. Our team of professionals’ knowledge of Oregon law allows us to cancel your timeshare contract legally and permanently without negatively impacting your credit.
Oregon law recognizes the need to protect timeshare purchasers and owners and provides many protections. The primary laws governing the creation and regulation of timeshare in Oregon are Chapter 94 of the Oregon Revised Code, which is entitled Real Property Development.
Oregon law protects timeshare purchasers by providing a right to cancel a timeshare contract and prohibiting any timeshare developer or salesperson from using advertisements that use false or misleading statements, among other things. Some key aspects of Oregon law include:
- Or. Rev. Stat. § 94.836 – Cancellation of Purchase within Five Days
- Or. Rev. Stat. § 94.940 – False Practices Prohibited
- Or. Rev. Stat. § 94.829 – Sale Not Allowed Before Issuance of Public Report
- Or. Rev. Stat. § 94.945 – Advertising Regulation
Those without proper representation as they attempt to cancel the timeshare contract in Oregon may remain liable for their timeshare, including special assessment fees, maintenance fees, and high-interest rate loans. And if it wasn’t bad enough, these liabilities are passed down to any heirs.
If you want to cancel your timeshare in Oregon, do not hesitate another day. Time is everything. The sooner you contact Seaside Consultants Group, the sooner our specialists, analysts, and team of professionals can begin working for you. We will protect you and your rights, and we will shield you from all future liabilities.
Contact us today and we will begin working to cancel the timeshare that you purchased in Oregon. Our team of professionals at Seaside Consultants Group is licensed to work in all 50 states and has seen great success canceling timeshare contracts in Oregon.