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£34,000 Victory Over Diamond

Jun 16, 2020 | Latest Victories

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 we also won the court costs.

Two victories against Anfi last week resulted in an accumulation of £27,676 in monies awarded. The contracts were nullified due to them lacking accommodation details that are legally required to be specified in the contacts.

Furthermore, we received two favourable jurisdiction judgements against Club la Costa, one of those being against CLC Paradise. Both CLC appeals, one turned down by the court as Paradise Trading is a company registered in Spain and the consumer can choose where to submitt the claim, meaning the claimant can choose for this to be in Spain.

The second CLC appeal was also turned down in court. As we won the costs in this, Club la Costa are going to pay for their intentional attempt at delaying the process.

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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