You Have a Right to Cancel Your Timeshare

There’s a mandatory cancellation period that every timeshare buyer is entitled to. The resort companies often try to hide this simple fact.

Thousands of timeshare owners are unaware of their legal rights within the contract cancellation period. Even worse, the resort companies and developers

withhold access to your timeshare until AFTER the cancellation period has expired. This is a major problem in the industry, and it’s a misleading and fraudulent practice.

By the time you’ve had a chance to evaluate all the promises made, the cancellation period has already expired.

Timeshare Cancellation Period by State

Here’s the standard cancellation deadline in every state that legislates timeshare exit processes:

  • 15 Days: Alaska
  • 10 Days: Florida, Maine, Maryland, Oklahoma, Tennessee, West Virginia
  • 7 Days: Arizona, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington.
  • 5 Days: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin.
  • 3 Days: Connecticut, Indiana, Massachusetts, Ohio, Vermont.
  • 0 Days: North Dakota, Wyoming.

You do have timeshare exit options if you’ve been misled into a contract!

Chose a state to see the cancellation period