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Timeshare Compensation in Spain
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Illegality in Timeshare contracts

A large number of timeshare contracts (also called time Share, timeshare, or multi-property) obliged customers to hire timeshare for life, without being able to pay their maintenance fees. This sale in perpetuity is contrary to the law 42/1998, so that any contract after this date that does not set a term of duration of between 3 and 50 years, violates the law.

Moreover, although they were promised, many of them (customers) could not get the desired apartments in their weeks of preference. The clients suffered a multitude of abuses such as irregularities in the reservations, stays in resorts to which no maintenance was carried out or the payment of amounts in advance as alleged deposits, something totally prohibited by law.

How do I know if I am one of those affected?

Whether you were charged an advance disguised as a deposit, if your contract did not stipulate the duration of the timeshare (which must be between 3 and 50 years), you can claim your contract for failing to conform to the law and the doctrine that the Supreme Court took with its sentence of 2015.

Can I claim if I am one of those affected?

If, as we said, you feel you suffered abusive clauses when hiring a service timeshare, you can claim and recover your money. In fact, the Supreme Court has already failed in more than 66 occasions giving the right to all those affected by abusive clauses in their timeshare or timeshare contracts.

Plus, you are also able to claim if any of the following situations apply to you:

  1. You were not given enough time to consider whether you were making the right decision or not.
  2. You were not informed of rising maintenance fees.
  3. You were not informed of additional maintenance costs.
  4. You were not informed about the inability to cancel your contract at anytime.
  5. You were not informed of exactly how a timeshare works
  6. You were not informed of exactly what property you were buying a timeshare in.

Start my claim

Put an end to the abuse of the timeshare and recover the illusion of going on holidays.

What will I get with the claim?

You will get the nullity of the timeshare contract and return the corresponding money, which varies depending on each case. Also, if you advanced money as a reservation, management expense or deposit, you will recover these amounts.

How do I start my claim?

Just click on the start my claim button! Complete a short form telling us your case and we will take care of everything else, it's that easy. It'll take you five minutes.


It's time to get your money back. Start your online claim today.

Frequently Asked Questions about Timeshare

A timeshare (also known as holiday home sharing or vacation ownership) contract gives you the right of using and enjoying a property in a specific resort for a certain period of time. Timeshares have been sold in Spain for decades. Despite being presented as an ownership, the truth is you don't acquire any real equity in the place. Plus, you have to pay maintenance fees. Many companies told potential clients that there was a strong and active second-hand market if they decided to ‘sell’ their timeshare contract in the future. However, the reality is that selling it is near impossible.

The Spanish Supreme Court has ruled that the following terms in timeshare contracts are illegal and therefore, null and void:

  • -Floating weeks (including holiday club schemes).
  • -Contracts signed in perpetuity (all timeshare contracts have to last between three and 50 years since 1998).
  • -Deposits or payments taken within 14 days of signing (extended to three months if there are any other illegal points in the contract). You can get double the sum of that payment or deposit back in compensation.

If your case fit one of these situations, then you are entitled to claim and exit from your timeshare contract.

No, we can't guarantee you a 100% chance of success. What we can tell you is that, 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 policy "no win, no fee" so, in the remote case that we lost, you would not pay our fees.

There is no expiration date for this kind of claims. However, we advise you to issue your claim as soon as possible, as the sooner you do it the higher are the chances of getting a satisfactory outcome.

You just have to fill in our form to start your claim and attach the following documents:

  1. A copy of your timeshare contract, agreements and annexes signed with the Resort
  2. Proof of all instalments and/or maintenance fees related to those agreements (loans included)
  3. Proof of communications with the Resort to accredit the enjoyed days