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South Carolina 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.
South Carolina timeshare laws are outlined in the Vacation and Timesharing Plans statute of the South Carolina Code. Title 27, Chapter 32 describes South Carolina laws including timeshare foreclosure laws, timeshare cancellation, and timeshare sale laws. Please consult legal counsel with questions regarding any of the following circumstances, particularly a timeshare attorney who is experienced with these laws.
How to Cancel a Timeshare Contract in SC
Under timeshare law in South Carolina, a purchaser holds the right to cancel a timeshare contract within five days from the date the contract is executed or the date in which the buyer receives the disclosure agreement, whichever is later. Within timeshare law 273240 the purchaser is required to submit a timeshare cancellation request by certified mail (or other verifiable means) to the seller with a return receipt requested.
Through South Carolina timeshare law, you also reserve the right to cancel a timeshare contract if at any time the timeshare is no longer available as described in the contract and the resort is unable to provide you with comparable.
South Carolina Timeshare Foreclosure
Article 3 of this chapter is referred to as the Timeshare Lien Foreclosure Act. This statute declares that the state wishes to accelerate any foreclosure processes in regards to a timeshare contract. Therefore, the state permits a non-judicial foreclosure. An owner reserves the right to file a dispute against the timeshare and may opt for a judicial foreclosure. The lender may foreclose upon a purchaser for either a delinquent mortgage lien or an assessment lien.
SC Timeshare Developer Sale Laws
South Carolina timeshare law states that it is unlawful for a developer or salesperson to use false or misleading advertisements in order to conduct timeshare sales. Pursuant to § 2732190, any misleading or deceptive tactics used to induce a timeshare sale or resale will also be deemed as violation of South Carolina law.
If you feel that you were deceived by a timeshare developer when you purchased or “upgraded” your timeshare, it is suggested to speak with a timeshare attorney. They can assist to help protect your rights as a timeshare owner. Contact us at 1-800-242-0532 for assistance.
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