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David Partington, timeshare mis-selling

David Partington Discusses Time Share Test Case Reviewed

Summary

In this article I analyse the recent case on Timeshares, Abbott v RCI Europe Limited [2016] EWHC 2602. It is a decision that was awaited with, as the cliché goes, bated breath amongst those involved with the timeshare industry and with litigation about timeshares. On the face of it, it seems to have been a blow to the often disgruntled purchasers, and a significant success for the timeshare providers. But is it? in this article I explain the basic factual issues in the case, why litigation about timeshares is so difficult, and perhaps more importantly why the claimants in this case picked the wrong battle to fight, leaving the crucial issue – where they had much more chance of success – untested.

Read the full article  here – ABBOTT v RCI EUROPE

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