YOU MAY BE ABLE TO CLAIM BACK ANY PAYMENT(S) MADE WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF SIGNING THE CONTRACT, PLUS LEGAL INTEREST, AND CLAIM BACK YOUR LEGAL FEES.
Legally Regulated by the Spanish Law Societies, JLCA & AS.-Lawyers is also a law firm in the UK trading as JLCA Campbell & Associates, regulated under SRA ID: 652512, based in Mayfair, London. Our UK office is able to help our clients with legal matters in England & Wales. Our Senior Partner has been regulated with the SRA in the UK as a Registered European Lawyer since 2009.
Please note that the claims submitted in Spanish Courts, are under Spanish Jurisdiction, subject to the Spanish Bar Associations, and are not therefore regulated by the SRA.
Timeshare in Spain has traditionally been something of a "mine-field" with unscrupulous timeshare salespeople applying high pressure selling techniques to sell a product which simply does not live up to the expectations of the purchaser.
Many people find themselves burdened with timeshare obligations they can no longer afford, cannot sell for anything like the price they paid and in some cases timeshare that is very difficult to book and actually use.
BUT all that recently changed as result of a number of truly ground-breaking Spanish Supreme Court decisions in 2015 which held that certain timeshare contracts entered into after 5th January 1999 are ILLEGAL and can be cancelled.
If you are not getting what you expected from your timeshare, NOW is the time to check whether YOUR Spanish timeshare contract can be cancelled and can get your money back.
The recent Spanish Supreme Court decisions mean that, if you bought a Spanish timeshare, you may be able to get your contract cancelled and get ALL your money back. In fact you can claim back double any deposit or other payments you made within 3 months of signing the contract.
Finally, you can claim for legal interest from the date of registering your claim with the Courts in Spain and for your legal fees (with the exception of some minor legal, administrative expenses and notary fees).
If you paid £10,000 for your timeshare in 2005, paying the full purchase price within three months of signing the contract, then your principal claim could be for around £20,000.