Club La Costa
Following a ground breaking court ruling in October, 2015 at which the judge ruled that the claimant´s contract was null and void and ordered Club La Costa to pay back the purchase price, legal costs and interest to the claimant, more Club La Costa owners are joining the thousands of other owners in pursuing a claim through the Spanish courts.
Owners who purchased the following ownerships are claiming for full refunds and legal interest:
• Timeshare weeks
• Floating weeks
• Fractional ownerships or
• Points contracts
This includes those owners who were persuaded to upgrade their ownerships, who also have an opportunity to claim under the legal precedent set by the courts that states that any contract signed after 5th January 1999, must be within the legal parameters of Timeshare Directive 42/1998.
This means that if you paid a deposit within the 14-day cooling off period, then you could be entitled to twice the amount you paid being refunded to you and you could have your timeshare contract and any associated finance deemed null and void.
We hear from many
Club La Costa owners…
…who report to us that they have suffered with escalating maintenance fees that have risen well beyond the rate of inflation and constant pressure to upgrade whenever they visit the Resort. Some owners have even reported that that CLC had already run a credit check on them prior to their arrival at the Resort in preparation for an upgrade presentation.
Contact O-YOO if you fit the criteria for any of the following and we will assess your timeshare contract to see if it qualifies for a claim:
• Signed your CLC contract after 5th January 1999
• Paid any deposit within the 14-day cooling off period
• Own a week, floating weeks, fractional ownership or points contract
We do not cold call, and the only way you will get to speak to us is if you contact us first, so to cancel your CLC contract and break free from further liabilities, fill out the short form below with your enquiry or call us on the number above.