5 Facts about Timeshare Law You Need to Know


1) Timeshare Law varies from State to State – some like Florida being heavily regulated while others like New Jersey having few laws

2) The Rescission Period varies from state to state and refers to the state of purchase – NOT the consumers state of residence.

3) Contracts are written by timeshare developers for the protection of timeshare developers – not for the protection of you the consumer.

4) You are seldom given the full contract at signing. Instead you are usually given a contract that is abridged — but includes clauses that incorporate other documents into the contract itself, such as exchange company and homeowners’ association agreements, usually listed as addendums.

5) You have the right to have your contract reviewed by an attorney.

American Consumer Credit is dedicated to helping consumers with deceptive sales solicitation practices and other areas of fraud. We are the best in class when it comes to timeshare law and identifying un-ethical timeshare practices.  Contact us at 1-800-587-3948 to see how we can help you cancel your timeshare contract.

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