How To Cancel Timeshare Contract Legally | Exit & Cancellation
To find out how to cancel a timeshare contract legally, you first need to figure out whether cancellation, or breaking your contract is possible through your timeshare resort. If it is, great! If not, cancellation can be a bit tricky.
The first step to cancel your timeshare is by looking at the timeshare cancellation terms section of your contract with the vacation resort that you have purchased through.
To find out if you can break, exit or cancel your timeshare contract, look near the end or bottom of your contract. There should be a heading containing the terms "Termination" or "severability" or "Cancellations".
Different resorts handle cancellation differently so the process to cancel your timeshare contract depends heavily on the resort you own through.
Grace Period Or Cooling Off Time
Most timeshare contracts allow for a cancellation grace period or cool down period of a few days or weeks upon purchase where you can break, exit or cancel your timeshare contract legally, without breaking your contract agreement.
If you do want to take advantage of the cancellation grace period to break, exit or cancel your timeshare contract, make sure there is no fine print in your contract stating that you must continue to pay your maintenance fees even after you break, exit or cancel your contract with the resort.
Give Back Or Deed Back program Available?
See if the resort you purchased through has a deed back or give back exit program that will allow you to give, or sell back your deed to the resort if the cancellation grace period or cool down period is expired and you can no longer cancel your timeshare contract.
If you own through Wyndham Resorts, or Worldmark you are in luck as Wyndham has several cancellation and give back or deed back programs available through their exit solutions.
Deed back or give back exit programs usually work best if you have no outstanding balance with the resort you own through so pay off all your debts to the resort first before attempting to break, exit or cancel your timeshare contract.
Contact A Lawyer Or Attorney Who Specializes In Cancellations
A lawyer or attorney who specializes in helping people break, exit or cancel their timeshare contract legally is a good way to go if you really want to get out and have no other choice.
Maintenance Fee Relief has the best lawyers in the business who specialize in timeshare cancellations and helping people cancel or exit their contracts with their resort. Call 1-800-675-8798