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All Timeshares Are Not Created Equal

Blog Post Provided By: Timeshare ownership has changed considerably over the years, evolving from a deeded, locked-in time frame at one resort location to points-based travel and vacation clubs with multiple destination options. Each type of timeshare affords significant differences in benefits, financial obligations and legal status.

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Forced Arbitration: Timeshare Fine Print

Blog Post Provided By: Buyer’s remorse.  You aren’t getting what you paid for – lots of unfulfilled promises, interminable roadblocks in scheduling your vacation, escalating maintenance fees, minimal assistance from the timeshare company. This is not the bonding family vacation experience you envisioned. You want out. Often

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Timeshare “Investment” (cont’d) (How to know if you’re being ripped off)

    Blog Post Provided by Aaronson Law Group: In our previous blog, we discussed the concept of annual dues for maintenance as ‘trust’ funds. However characterized, these funds must be handled by the responsible party as a fiduciary. The concept of a “fiduciary” simply means that

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Timeshare “Investment” (How to know if you’re being ripped off)

Blog Post Provided by Aaronson Law Group: We’ve blogged extensively about the fundamental legal structure of a timeshare: It’s a condominium. A condo allocates outright title to the owner of any given unit with respect to the confines within its walls, and ‘undivided’ ownership in each as

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