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Oklahoma Timeshare Laws
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There is not a specific set of timeshare laws in Oklahoma. Instead, timeshare laws are sanctioned under real estate, property, and contract laws. We strongly recommend that you consult an attorney experienced in timeshare law to examine you case if you own a timeshare or reside in the state of Oklahoma. A timeshare lawyer can assist you in understanding your rights as a timeshare owner when the timeshare laws are sparse.
Canceling a Timeshare Contract in Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Subdivided Land Sales Code states that any contract or agreement for the disposition of subdivided lands can be canceled at the discretion of the purchaser if the public offering statement has not been given to the purchaser. In addition, §71-643 states that a purchaser has an unconditional right to rescind any contract or agreement until five days after the date the purchaser actually receives a legible copy of the signed contract and the public offering statement.
In Oklahoma, it is unlawful for a telemarketer to solicit a sale or advertisement sale by inferring that the potential buyer has won a free contest or prize. The Oklahoma code 15-775A protects you from fraudulent and deceptive commercial telephone solicitation. It shall be deemed unlawful for a telemarketer to participate in any deceptive trade practices in regards to timeshare sales and resale.
How to Foreclose on a Timeshare in Oklahoma
In Oklahoma, the seller or owner’s association may foreclose on any delinquent mortgage liens under§60852. In addition, any delinquent assessment liens may also be foreclosed upon in the same way that a mortgage would be.
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