|02-18-2013, 10:22 AM||#18|
Join Date: Aug 1999
I am not a lawyer and unused to the language used in writing statues.
That said, I do think the law applies to all sellers. Here is something from 721.17:
(4) That the transferee will fully honor all rights of timeshare purchasers to cancel their contracts and receive appropriate refunds.
And something from 721.21:
Purchasers’ remedies.—An action for damages or for injunctive or declaratory relief for a violation of this chapter may be brought by any purchaser or owners’ association against the developer, a seller, an escrow agent, or the managing entity. The prevailing party in any such action, or in any action in which the purchaser claims a right of voidability based upon either a closing before the expiration of the cancellation period or an amendment which materially alters or modifies the offering in a manner adverse to the purchaser, may be entitled to reasonable attorney’s fees. Relief under this section does not exclude other remedies provided by law.
If there is a lawyer who posts here that is experienced in timeshare law, maybe she or he will provide an opinion.
I really do think it is wrong to offer on more than one contract at a time unless one is fully prepared to buy all that are accepted.
Best Wishes -
BWV - Early Morning on May 2, 2008
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