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Diamond, Anfi and Club la Costa all lose

May 19, 2020 | Latest Victories

In the past week we have been successful in cases against Diamond, Anfi and Club La Costa.

Our case against Diamond was held in Fuengirola Court where it was determined that the contract provided to our client when purchasing the timeshare failed to contain enough detail on the accommodation requirements to satisfy the law.  Our legal team secured £15,011 in awards for the client in this case.

In the second case, against Club la Costa the contractual agreement lacked details of a similar nature too. Also heard in Fuengirola court, the client was totally awarded and obtained £26,031 in monies awarded as well as the costs.

The case against Anfi was heard in the high court after the resort appealed the first judgement. We kept the previous victory but this time Anfi were condemned in costs as well, leaving the claimant with £11,218 in awards.

In addition to these substantive victories we have a further six jurisdiction favourable judgements against CLC Surcursal.

37K & 31K Success Story Against Anfi & CLC

37K & 31K Success Story Against Anfi & CLC

Our largest outcome in the previous week came from the case against Anfi Sales and Anfi Tauro. The contract lacked sufficient determination to satisfy the law. The judge included in the decision that the amount to be reimbursed to the client must be increased with the...

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Over 19K win against Royal Park Albatros

Over 19K win against Royal Park Albatros

Last week the legal team were successful in a case against Explotacion Hotelera, Royal Park Albatros, that was heard in the High Court of Tenerife.  The outcome was £19,353 in monies awarded as well as costs being awarded. In our most recent case against Club la...

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£34,000 Victory Over Diamond

£34,000 Victory Over Diamond

In the High Court of Tenerife, the legal team recently secured £34,077 in monies awarded for one of our clients. Diamond attempted to appeal our previous victory however the court supported the decision that the contract was null. As well as keeping the original award...

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