Canceling a timeshare contract in Pennsylvania begins with a phone call to Timeshare Compliance, at 1-800-705-6856. Our team will guide you through the process, every step of the way. Under Pennsylvania law, timeshare developers have certain obligations that they must fulfill in order to make the timeshare contract legal. Since we understand those laws in Pennsylvania, Timeshare Compliance can help you cancel your timeshare contract.
Laws to Cancel Timeshare Contracts
To find the Pennsylvania laws pertaining to timeshares, you need to visit the Pennsylvania code. In the Consolidated Statutes, you will find Title 68, which pertains to Real and Personal Property. In Part II, Chapter 44, you will find the area that pertains to Timeshares. Here is a link to the Pennsylvania code:
Issuing a timeshare contract requires compliance with the law, just like canceling a timeshare contract requires compliance with the law. In Pennsylvania, most people can cancel a timeshare contract if they act quickly. If too much time has passed, it’s best to work with Timeshare Compliance by calling 1-800-705-6856. Our specialists know the laws and we can guide you through the process.
By contacting our team at Timeshare Compliance, you will find a specialist who is eager to listen to your entire experience. We will want to know how the timeshare developer contacted you and what inducements he used to entice you into a timeshare sales presentation. Specific laws protect people from being duped by unethical sales presentations. Timeshare developers have a bad reputation for misleading people or omitting important information. At Timeshare Compliance, we understand how to use the law as a force to restore equity for our clients. We will use everything at our disposal to strengthen your case.
After our specialists gather the appropriate information and documentation from your timeshare contract, we will schedule an appointment for you to speak with one of our senior analysts. We will present a viable strategy to cancel your timeshare contract in Pennsylvania. If you’re in agreement, our attorneys will move forward as your consumer advocate.