Timeshare owners in Beverly Hills Heights and Hollywood Mirage are receiving letters from Excel Hotels & Resorts SL implying that they have to exchange the apartment in which they have a timeshare week(s).
These owners purchased a specific week in a specific apartment. But now they are being told they must swap to another apartment and perhaps a different week. Concerned and confused, several owners have contacted The Nordic Consulting for advice.
The letter refers to a resolution on the 1 April 2017 that authorises a reduction in size of the Beverly Hills Heights timeshare club. However, our expert legal opinion, is that you DO NOT have to exchange the fixed week you have in a apartment.
Did you know that The General Meeting of the club cannot modify or cancel the rights that you purchased to use a specific apartment for a specific week? In fact, receipt of this letter could justify you starting legal action should you wish to do so.
What should I do if I have received this letter?
Forward all such correspondence to us straight away at email@example.com
– If you have already started legal action to declare your timeshare null and void this letter will support your case. Our lawyer would like a copy.
– If you are not currently cancelling your timeshare contracts and applying for compensation you should still send us a copy of this letter addressed to you. Our lawyers will advise you on your rights and whether or not it would be advantageous for you to accept the resorts offer or not.