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Georgia Timeshare Laws
Please be advised that you should not act upon any of this information without seeking proper legal counsel from an attorney experienced in timeshare law. Roberts Law Group makes no representation or warranty regarding the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of any information provided. This information is provided for information only. All information posted here should not be used as a substitute for the advice of an appropriately qualified and licensed lawyer.
Timeshare law in Georgia is regulated the Georgia Code, Title 44 which is also referred to as the Georgia Timeshare Act.
Timeshare Cancellation in Georgia
Under timeshare laws in Georgia, purchasers and developers have an opportunity to cancel a sales agreement within a seven-day rescission period, not including Sundays and Holidays. All payments made by the purchaser before cancellation must be refunded by the developer within 30 days of notice of cancellation. In addition, you may be protected under consumer protection laws such as an anti-fraud law. If you believe that you were a victim of timeshare fraud or a timeshare resale scam, contact an attorney who is experienced in timeshare law to review your situation.
Georgia Timeshare Contract
Per O.C.G.A.44-3-170 (10): If your timeshare (or reservation) is not available and you are legally entitled to it through your timeshare contract, then the resort must compensate you through either monetary compensation or another use period. If you are denied your “week” or right to use, then per this Georgia timeshare law you have a right to take action. Please consult a timeshare attorney to review this information with you and your family to determine your rights.
Timeshare Advertising Scams
Have you been a victim of a timeshare advertising scam? O.C.G.A. 44-3-185 protects your rights as potential buyer and owner through Georgia timeshare law. O.C.G.A. 44-3-185 (a) states that it is unlawful for a timeshare advertiser or salesperson to put forth any advertisements which are misleading or false. This includes misrepresentation of the resort, right to use, or future improvements that do not exist. If you have been involved in a timeshare scam, our timeshare attorneys can assist you in filing your claim and protecting your rights against these fraudulent companies.
Timeshare Dispute in Georgia, Penalty or Suspension of Rights
Under Georgia timeshare law, O.C.G.A.44-3-170 (11), if you are facing a penalty or suspension of your owner rights from the developer, you have an opportunity to dispute before the penalty is enforced. If you are currently facing such a penalty, guidance from a timeshare attorney can help to protect your rights as a timeshare owner. The developer must also provide you with written notice of the proposed penalty. A timeshare lawyer can assist you in understanding these documents to determine if you should file a timeshare dispute.
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