Tidsbegrænsede andele

  • Years Of Expertise In Timeshare Law, Finance & Credit Provision
  • Fractionals, Multi-Use Hotels, Condo-Hotels, Destination Clubs & Private Residence Clubs
  • Strategic Counsel On Latest European Directives
  • Members of TATOC (The Association of Timeshare Owners Committees)

Spain and the Canary Island’s are amongst the world’s most advanced markets for timeshare, factionals & seasonal ownership, which continue to evolve and develop. De Cotta McKenna & Santafé (De Cotta Law) has been working in this sector since its earliest days and are ideally placed to assist you, whether you are an owner, developer or credit supplier.

Our expertise is built on years of working within timeshare law & finance, and across the board with developers, owners and credit suppliers.

Working within the new Spanish timeshare laws we advise on Owners Committees, Club and Trustee schemes, points structures for resorts and fractionals, together with adaptation to Spanish Timeshare Law and resort licences. Additional activities include consumer issues for resorts and private clients alike, as well as court claims for consumers and debt recovery for owners clubs, resorts and management companies.

We can also identify wider market changes in this fast-paced holiday industry. The firm is up-to-date with the development of fractionals, multi-use hotels, condo-hotels, destination clubs and private residence clubs as well as experts in legal compliance at the local level in Spain and the Canary Islands.

The firm is a regular contributor to TATOC, (The Association of Timeshare Owners Committees).

Since we work closely and collaborate with both consumers and developers we’re well placed to help solve problems that might arise between the two parties. Very often explaining the issues to consumers can help to resolve matters between the two and we are now looking to avoid conflicts and potential litigation by mediation of disputes.

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