SILVERPOINT ORDERED TO RETURN PURCHASE PRICE AND LEGAL FEES BY TENERIFE HIGH COURT!

It is with great pleasure that Canarian Legal Alliance shares with you its latest Silverpoint First Instance Court victory. The judge of the First Instance court N5 has declared our clients Silverpoint contract null and void on the basis that it lacked a tangible object. Under the Spanish Timeshare Law of 42/98 a contract must … Continued

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EUROPEAN COAST & SUN HOLIDAYS ORDERED TO RETURN DEPOSIT IN DOUBLE!

Canarian Legal Alliance is proud to share with you its new European Coast & Sun Holidays SL court victory. The judge of the First Instance Court N5 in Tenerife has declared our clients contract null and void on the basis that the contract itself did not specify its length. A timeshare contract must be valid for no … Continued

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SUPREME COURT STRIKES AGAIN, SILVERPOINT ORDERED TO RETURN 65,269€

Canarian Legal Alliance is delighted to share with you yet another Supreme Court sentence against Silverpoint (Resort Properties). Having already ruled on several occasions, the highest-ranking court in Spain has reaffirmed its stance yet again and declared our clients contract null and void.  In its sentence, the Supreme Court stated the main cause for nullity … Continued

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JUDGE DECLARES DIAMOND “POINTS” ILLEGAL

Canarian Legal Alliance is thrilled to share with you its latest Diamond Resorts.´ The judge of the First Instance Court N3 in Tenerife has ruled our clients contract null and void despite Diamond`s efforts to dismiss this. The magistrate stated the main claim for nullity was that of the lack of a tangible object found … Continued

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SILVERPOINT HIGH COURT VICTORY!

Canarian Legal Alliance is proud to share with you yet another Silverpoint High Court victory. The judges of the HC N3 in Tenerife declared our clients contracts null and void on the basis that they lacked the information required under the Spanish Timeshare Law of 42/98. A timeshare contract must include as much specificity as … Continued

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STARTING THE WEEK THE WAY WE ENDED IT, ANFI RESORTS COURT VICTORY!

  Canarian Legal Alliance is starting its week with yet another Anfi Resorts First Instance court victory. The judge of the First Instance Court N2 in Maspalomas has ruled our clients Anfi contract null and void on the basis that its duration exceeded that allowed length under the Spanish Timeshare Law of 42/98. The magistrates … Continued

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ENDING THE WEEK IN STYLE, SILVERPOINT HIGH COURT VICTORY!

As usual Canarian Legal Alliance likes to end its week with bang. We are delighted to share with you yet another High Court victory against Silverpoint. The High Court N3 of Tenerife has declared our clients contract null and void on the basis that it exceeded the allowed length of a timeshare contract. Not only … Continued

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HIGH COURT IN FUENGIROLA CONDEMNS PETCHEY LEISURE

  It is with great delight that Canarian Legal Alliance shares with you its latest Petchey Leisure High Court victory. The judges of the High Court N4 in Fuengirola, Malaga have declared our clients Petchey Leisure timeshare contract null and void, on the basis that the contract itself did not include enough specificity. The Spanish … Continued

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SUPREME COURT SENTENCE N58, SILVERPOINT ORDERED TO RETURN ALL FUNDS.

It is with great enthusiasm that Canarian Legal Alliance shares with you its Supreme Court sentence N58. No, you have not read the above wrong. The highest-ranking court in Spain has once again sided with our clients and ruled their Silverpoint contracts null and void on the basis that they did not include the necessary … Continued

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FIRST INSTANCE JUDGE DECLARES ANFI PERPETUITY CONTRACT ILLEGAL.

Canarian Legal Alliance is proud to share with you it latest Anfi First Instance court success. The judge of the First Instance court N2 in Maspalomas Gran Canaria has declared our clients contract null and void on the basis that it exceeded the allowed duration. Under the Spanish Timeshare Law of 42/98 a contract must be … Continued

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