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New Jersey and New York Timeshare Law Attorney

Timeshare Lawyer for New York City, Hudson County, and Jersey City, NJ

If you need legal assistance concerning any aspect of a timeshare and are located in Jersey City, New York City, or Hudson County, we recommend that you contact a Jersey City timeshare lawyer at our firm to discuss your legal matter. We can provide legal counsel on all aspects of timeshare issues and represent owners, developers, homeowners associations, and other interested parties in these matters, including complex transactions governed by timeshare law including the financing of timeshare developments and timeshare receivable financing. Whether your legal issue concerns timeshare buying, selling, development, management, foreclosure, or litigation involving any of these areas, we can advise and represent you. A Jersey City timeshare attorney at the firm will work diligently to understand your needs and objectives and achieve the positive legal results you are seeking.

Timeshare Law

A timeshare is a type of ownership or right to use a property, such as a resort condominium unit in which many owners hold the rights to use it, generally being allotted an agreed-upon time period every year.  Several types of timeshares exist, including deeded and right to use contracts. Deeded contracts are sold as fractional ownerships of real property. Such owners are responsible for their portion of real estate taxes, generally collected as part of their association maintenance fees. Right-to-use contracts allow purchasers to use the property according to the terms of their contract until the contract expires, at which point these rights revert back to the property owner. Timeshares may be sold as fixed weeks, floating weeks, or rotating weeks. As in any real estate transaction, specific laws and regulations govern timeshare transactions and matters, which is why it is important to consult with a reliable attorney in any aspect of the timeshare business. 

Contact a New Jersey and New York Timeshare Lawyer at our offices for counsel and representation connected with any timeshare matter today.

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