Indiana timeshare law is governed under their property statute 32-32 . The statute is set up to govern both timeshares and campground memberships. The use of timeshares in Indiana is limited but campgrounds reflect a similar division of owner’s interest.
Timeshare, or campground managers in Indiana have a responsibility to owners to maintain their rights in scheduling and booking their reservations. If the managers are unable to meet the reservation of an owner and they are responsible for it, they are entitled to correct the mistake by giving the owner a similar site for the period or paying for the loss.
Rescission Period: 3 Days
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