How to Legally Get Out of Your Timeshare

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Offline Tanveer Karn

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How to Legally Get Out of Your Timeshare
« on: December 17, 2018, 17:26:05 »

If you bought a timeshare, chances are you attended a sale presentation. The benefits were explained but the obligations were not. Amid the claims and counterclaims, you may be totally unaware of the protection you have, therefore, the only sure way to get out of a timeshare is to have the matter legally explained to you, not by the sellers of the timeshares or a ‘cold calling bandit' but a knowledge person familiar with the applicable law.

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Re: How to Legally Get Out of Your Timeshare
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2019, 16:15:33 »
Hi just after some advice for my mum's timeshare.  It is in Cala d'mar. Had it about 20 years, used about 5 times as there was never any availability.   Original company has changed hands several times, she has emailed for over 2 years asking how to relinquish but just gets replies from the 'maintenance company but who also advise her she cannot give it up it is a lifelong asset and passes to heirs when she dies.
She stopped paying fees last year as cannot afford anymore - she is 71. She has received a letter from Barcelona requesting payment of about 900 euros but she is not sure what it's for, no mention of any timeshare address.
How does she get rid of this now?