Timeshare Contracts & Consumer Regulation – A Brief Introduction by David Partington – Park Square Barristers

Posted December 8th, 2017 in consumer protection, contracts, news, time sharing, unfair contract terms by sally

‘In this article I shall introduce the basics of deploying consumer law to timeshare contracts. Before I do that, I need to recap or explain two matters. One is the central “mischief” of timeshare contracts. The second is the mechanics of such contracts.’

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Park Square Barristers, 29th November 2017

Source: www.parksquarebarristers.co.uk

Timeshare mis-selling: An Introduction to the Problem – Park Square Barristers

Posted August 24th, 2016 in contracts, EC law, misrepresentation, news, time sharing by sally

‘I have recently been getting to grips with the complex world of timeshare contracts and timeshare mis-selling. This requires the mastery of a very wide spectrum of legal doctrines and concepts which are not often wedded together in practice: simple contract, and from that misrepresentation actions (they are hard, and include therein a knowledge of exclusion clause and entire agreement clause law), time share regulation legislation, land law, service charge law, private international law, club law, consumer credit law (which is crucial), and EU and “consumer law” – which, as anyone who knows anything about the Bank Charges litigation knows, is a very difficult legal landscape in its own right.’

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Park Square Barristers, 11th August 2016

Source: www.parksquarebarristers.co.uk

Timeshare law to be strengthened to close holiday club loophole – The Guardian

Posted June 8th, 2007 in EC law, news, time sharing by sally

“Plans to stamp out holiday clubs – a burgeoning variation on timeshare scams which has left hundreds of thousands of British holidaymakers out of pocket – were unveiled by the European Commission yesterday.”

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The Guardian, 8th June 2007

Source: www.guardian.co.uk