Connecticut treats timeshare law a bit differently. Rather than governing the property or contract itself Connecticut looks at potential damage that might occur to consumers. Naturally, they codify their timeshare laws under consumer protection .
With Connecticut’s focus on consumer protection for its timeshare law it makes sense that it puts most of the burden on the organization to provide and disclose anything to the owners. Timeshares are required to create a yearly report for the annual expenses of the timeshare fees and expenses. It is required by law timeshare owners have a right to get these annual expense reports provided to them to see how your timeshare is being managed.
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