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Each case is different. In summary, the more you have paid into your timeshare purchase the higher your claim amount will be. The lawyers will be aiming to stop all future payments and to recover all monies paid.

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Recent Spanish Supreme Court rulings have stated that timeshare contracts signed in Spain after the 7th of January 1999 should not run for more than 50 years plus must be affixed to set week and unit number, plus other terms.  This means that many owners now have the option to apply to the Spanish courts to have their timeshare contracts declared null and void and have all monies paid returned to them.  This is a lengthy process due to the backlog of cases in the court system but is a real option for those who qualify.  Our lawyers have obtained litigation funding to pursue such cases, so please contact us today if you feel you could be affected.y.

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We will initially speak to you about your situation if we feel you have the potential for a claim we will send you an assessment survey to complete and request copies of your paperwork.  The lawyers will look at your information and then contact you directly with your options. Click here to find out more.

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If you have fallen behind on the payments for your timeshare you may still be eligible to make a claim.  Each owners situation is different and we would need to speak to you directly to establish what could be done to help you reclaim.  In this situation it is important to act quickly, the longer you leave things the less chance there will be of you being able to make a successful claim.

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Each case is different. In summary, the more you have paid into your timeshare purchase the higher your claim amount will be. The lawyers will be aiming to stop all future payments and to recover all monies paid.

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Recent Spanish Supreme Court rulings have stated that timeshare contracts signed in Spain after the 7th of January 1999 should not run for more than 50 years plus must be affixed to set week and unit number, plus other terms.  This means that many owners now have the option to apply to the Spanish courts to have their timeshare contracts declared null and void and have all monies paid returned to them.  This is a lengthy process due to the backlog of cases in the court system but is a real option for those who qualify.  Our lawyers have obtained litigation funding to pursue such cases, so please contact us today if you feel you could be affected.y.

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We will initially speak to you about your situation if we feel you have the potential for a claim we will send you an assessment survey to complete and request copies of your paperwork.  The lawyers will look at your information and then contact you directly with your options. Click here to find out more.

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If you have fallen behind on the payments for your timeshare you may still be eligible to make a claim.  Each owners situation is different and we would need to speak to you directly to establish what could be done to help you reclaim.  In this situation it is important to act quickly, the longer you leave things the less chance there will be of you being able to make a successful claim.

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