Georgia timeshare law falls under title 44 of their property statute in the Regulation of Specialized Land Transactions, specifically article 5 governs timeshares.

Criminal Offense

Georgia rather uniquely treats violations of their time statute as a criminal offense up to a felony. Most states use civil law when it comes to the management and punishment of timeshares, mostly through fines, or contract cancellations. Georgia takes a much stricter approach and any violation of its timeshare statute under $5000 is a misdemeanor and any over $5000 is a felony with an up to three-year sentence. It can act as a good deterrence for scamming activity when companies can get slammed with more than just some fines, but someone can go to prison.

Rescission Period: 7 Days

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