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Montana Timeshare Laws
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Timeshare law in Montana is governed by the Montana Timeshare Act, contained in Title 37, Chapter 53 of the Montana Code. This chapter was extensively amended in 2009. If you are looking to part ways with your timeshare that was purchased, speak with a timeshare lawyer to learn what timeshare laws have been amended. This may impact your rights as a timeshare owner.
Timeshare Cancellation in Montana
37-53-304: Any purchaser holds the right to cancel a timeshare contract in Montana within seven days. This seven day rescission period starts after signing the timeshare contract or the delivery of the public offering statement required by Montana timeshare law, whichever occurs later. If the buyer does not receive the public offering statement, the buyer may cancel the timeshare contract at any time up until seven days after the statement is received.
Timeshare Sales Law
37-53-301: Any salesperson involved in the sale or offering of a timeshare location in Montana must be licensed and associated with at least one registered project.
Timeshare Fraud and Scams
37-53-307: It is deemed to be unlawful for any person involved in the sale, resale, renting, or offering of a timeshare in Montana to participate in any of the following acts:
- Make false statements or omit certain statements or facts
- To perform any act to scam or defraud a purchaser
- File any information that would be deemed as timeshare fraud
Violation of any of these clauses is punishable under Montana timeshare law as a misdemeanor.
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