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High Court of Las Palmas declines Anfi del Mar petition to revise an earlier sentence


High Court number three of Las Palmas has declined Anfi´s petition to revise an earlier sentence which declared one of their contracts null and void and ordered the company to refund our client the entire purchase price.


The original sentence along with many more like it have been a direct consequence of two recent Supreme Court rulings achieved by our firm against Anfi. The jurisprudence created by these Supreme Court judgements has essentially created a scenario where most Anfi timeshare owners are now in a position to request a refund on the basis that their contracts where originally miss sold. This has held true for not only Anfi owners, but for all other Spanish timeshare owners who were sold contracts lasting in excess of 50 years or whose inventory included floating weeks.


As a result of this waive of claims of miss selling against Anfi, as a last  attempt the company requested that the refunded clients pay back compensation for any of the weeks used over the course of their ownership. It had been Anfi Del Mar´s hope that the company would be able to offset the cost of refunding clients their purchase price by back charging them 5 star accommodation fees for any time spent at the resort.


Not only was Anfi´s request for clarification extremely arrogant, as the company essentially implied they knew better than the Supreme Court, but it was a blatant disregard for the fact that Anfi clients had already been paying very high maintenance fees over the course of their ownership and thus had already paid for accommodation many times over.


We are delighted to announce that the courts have denied both Anfi request for clarification and their request that they should be compensated by the clients for time spent in their resorts.


Are you an Anfi owner, do you believe you where miss sold your membership? Contact us today for a free consultation and find out whether you have a claim.

September 4, 2015

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