Started by David Cox, January 23, 2020, 08:18:16

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David Cox

There are many various forms of holiday ownership products which in the mind of the public are best described as "timeshare sharing agreements". European Regulations have been created over the last 25 years in an effort to protect consumers against the potential long-term effects of these products. In order to deal with the explosion of "timeshare and long term holiday" products regulations have introduced into law and are designed to catch not only the 'traditional timeshare model but other related products such as 'floating timeshare weeks', 'holiday clubs', points membership clubs and dreaded leisure credit schemes.

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