In the first case, the contractual name being Continental Resort Services S.L, it was noted there was no end date on the contract nor did it reveal a resolutive condition which led to immediate nullity of the contract. The judge instructed Club La Costa to pay £26,050.
In the second case with contractual names of Continental Resort Services S.L. and Club La Costa (UK) Sucursal en España, did not disclose important information such as Land Registry details, acommodation information such as when they could use it, how long for and what the acommodation entailed. The judge again deemed this contract null and void and ordered Club la Costa to pay £56,259.
Well done to M1 Legal for these substantial victories.