We are pleased to inform you of this week’s Spanish court victories. M1 Legal secured TWO substantial victories totalling £22,138.
1st Court of Instance:
- CLC Continental – In Arona, court No.1, the judge declared the contract null under the requirements of law 04/2012 (lack of information regarding the accommodation and contract duration). Amount Awarded – £10,979.
- CLC Sucursal & Continental – In Fuengirola, court No. 3, the judge declared the contract null under the law 04/2012 for lack of information regarding the accommodation and contract duration. Amount Awarded – £11,159.
We also were victorious against the registered owner of CLC Monterey, Reymonte Title 2 S.L., which is the only one that appears in some CLC information documents. This case can be used from now on to look for all the ownerships of Reymonte in the RP (note of ownerships), and sue it in all the bankruptcy incidents by providing a simple note of the accommodation number in each contract and where it appears as the owner entity.
Three cases valued at £68,049
This week, our jurisdiction positive results were against Diamond Resorts, CLC Paradise and Anfi. In two cases, the court rejected the appeal by the timeshare company to prevent court proceedings in Spain. Furthermore, Anfi attempted to take the case against them to the Supreme Court but was rejected.
All three cases will now proceed to the next step.