A huge number of timeshare contracts forced clients to own their timeshare forever (also called timeshare contracts in perpetuity). As a result, timeshare owners cannot surrender their contracts and they must pay maintenance fees all their lives. However, timeshare contracts in perpetuity are against the Spanish 42/1998 Act of Parliament. Thus every contract made after 1998 that does not include a 3-50 years term is null and void.
If you entered into a timeshare contract in perpetuity you can issue a claim and get your money back. In fact, the Spanish Supreme Court has already handed down a judgement for this kind of cases in more than 66 times, finding for the claimants.
We are here to assist you with your claim.
The company is headquartered in Tenerife, with more than 20 years of experience in the holiday sharing industry. It has 4 large resorts located in the Canary Islands.
Timeshare contracts sold by Grand Holidays Club do not comply with the Spanish legislation. Thus, the Supreme Court has determined that most of these contracts are void. If you own a Grand Holidays Club timeshare contract you may be entitled to get a compensation.
We have set up this brief online form to get to know your case. You can fill it out from your computer or smartphone at any time. You just have to:
1. Answer some simple questions.
2. Scan and send us the requested documentation.
3. A legal expert will contact you to let you know how much money you can claim back.
A timeshare (also known as holiday home sharing or vacation ownership) contract have been sold in Spain for decades and gives you the right to enjoy a property for tourism purposes in a specific resort for a certain period in exchange for a price. Despite being presented as an ownership, the truth is that the property is not acquired. The client only acquires the right to enjoy it during a certain time. This concept allows several people the right to enjoy the same property on different dates, thereby reducing the costs for all parties.
The client must pay the price for the right of use, in addition to an annual fee, for maintenance of the property which will vary depending on the case.
Several companies inform potential clients of a strong and active second-hand market if they decided to ‘sell’ their timeshare contract in the future as a ploy to make sales. However, the reality is that selling it is near impossible.
Yes. The Spanish Supreme Court has ruled that the following terms in timeshare contracts are illegal; therefore, making it null and void:
If your case fits one of these situations, then you are entitled to claim and exit your timeshare contract.
Even though no claim can have a 100% success rate, timeshare claims are accepted in a very high percentage and, unless your case is very specific, we are very likely to win your claim. Anyway, remember that we operate under a "no win, no fee policy" so, in the remote case that we lost, you would not have to pay our fees.
The statute of limitations for this claim is fixed at 15 years if you entered into the contract before October 2015, being October 2020 the ultimate deadline for issuing a claim or at 5 years if you signed the contract after October 2015.
For this claim, time runs against us and it is highly recommended that you start your timeshare claim as soon as possible.
You just have to fill in our form to start your claim and attach the following documents:
Once you have collected these documents, you can start your claim. Click here to fill the form.