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Washington Timeshare Laws
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Timeshare interests in Washington are regulated by the Timeshare Act codified in Chapter 64.36 of the Revised Code of Washington. The principal object of the Timeshare Act is the disclosure of pertinent information and potential risks to prospective purchasers. The Act also aims to curb high-pressure and misleading sales practices. The Washington Department of Licensing, Real Estate Section provides more information concerning licensing laws for timeshare sales.
Canceling a Timeshare Contract in Washington
Under RCW 64.36.150 timeshare law in Washington permits a purchaser to have up to seven days for timeshare cancellation of the contract after it is signed. However, if the purchaser does not receive the legal disclosure statement, they may cancel a timeshare contract up to seven days after the document is received. The buyer may submit their notice to cancel the timeshare in person or by mail.
Washington Timeshare Sales Law
RCW 64.36.070 prohibits any person from the sale, resale of offering of a timeshare without being registered as a timeshare salesperson. Even if the person is selling their personal timeshare, they must submit a registration form to the state of Washington under this timeshare law.
Timeshare Advertising Laws
In Washington, it is deemed unlawful to misrepresent any advertising in regards to a timeshare sale or offering. Under this timeshare law, the developer or salesperson may not purposely defraud or scheme to provide false information OR withhold facts to sway a purchaser’s decision.
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