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Over £125K in CLC Victories

May 11, 2020 | Latest Victories

This week we are proud to say that we reached £127,758 in monies awarded through CLC cases alone. As found in many timeshare contracts with Club La Costa, in three of these cases, the agreements were found not to contain sufficient detail on accommodation requirements. More specifically what type of accommodation can be used by the owner and when.

In addition to this, we obtained 5 favourable judgements in jurisdiction cases last week, all against Club La Costa.

All of these cases against CLC include the contractual names of;

  • CLC Paradise Trading
  • CLC Sucursal España
  • CLC Continental Resorts
  • CLC PLC

That’s not all, we’ve also had three recent victories against Anfi, adding up to a total of £42,110. The first claimant was totally awarded, including the costs and the interests since the signature of the contract.

The next two judgements were excellent victories as they show the cancellation letters that are sent to clients from Anfi for nonpayment are not always accepted, the judge in both of these instances stated that the letters are clearly not acceptable and gave the reasoning behind this decision.  

More Victories in Court

More Victories in Court

In the previous week, we obtained a victory in a case against Restotel SA. This was an appeal before the Court of Appeal in Alicante, in which we kept the first decision in our favour. The contract was declared null because it doesn't fulfil the requirements of law...

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More Success Against Club la Costa

More Success Against Club la Costa

Last week, our legal team received favourable judgements in four separate Club la Costa cases where the monies awarded accumulated to a total of £65,068. In one of the cases, as with so many CLC cases, the judgement was made based on the contract lacking determination...

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Over 27k Victory In CLC Case

Over 27k Victory In CLC Case

Last week our largest victory was against Club La Costa, with the monies awarded totalling £27,890. This judgement is based on the law 04/2012 which led to the nullity of the contract. This means the agreement did not contain sufficient detail, was found to be in...

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