More Illegal Timeshare Contracts Declared Null And Void
We are pleased to inform you of this week's Spanish court victories. M1 Legal secured nine positive awards with a total value of £94,545.
Here is a breakdown of the substantive results:
1st Court of Instance:
- CLC World x 2 - In Fuengirola courts No. 1 and 5, Costa Del Sol, the judge on both cases declared the contracts null under the requirements of law 04/2012 (lack of information regarding the accommodation and contract duration. Amounts Awarded - £15,006, £15,121.
- Diamond Resorts x 2 - In Fuengirola court No.1, Costa Del Sol, the judge confirmed both cases against in M1 Legal's favour because the contracts did not disclose the minimum accommodation information required by law 04/2012.Amounts Awarded - £10,063, £11,457.
- Anfi - In the Court of Appeal No.5 in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, it was confirmed that the judgement still stands from the First Instance whereby the contract was declared null and void due to lack of information regarding the accommodation. - Law 42/1998.Amount Awarded - £13,356.
- CLC World - In the Court of Appeal No.4 in Malaga, Costa Del Sol, it was confirmed that this judgement still stands from the First Instance whereby the contract was declared null and void due to lack of information regarding the accommodation - Law 04/2012.Amount Awarded - £13,617.
2 cases valued at £71,796
In one case against CLC Continental Resorts valued at £48,047, the judge declined the argument submitted by CLC which declares that this case can be processed under Spanish law. The other case was against Diamond Resorts valued at £23,749 and their argument was again declined by the judge. Both cases will now proceed to the next step.