South Dakota timeshare law is focused in a mini statute Title 43 of Chapter 15B . Since it is short it focuses on just the general property elements of a timeshare. Like creation of a plan, how the state requires it to be inspected and generally closing on one. As such there are not a lot of protections that naturally fall in timeshare law in South Dakota.
Real Estate Commission Regulations
In South Dakota the statute for time-share law is extremely limited housing a series of 9 short rules. However, importantly among those rules is that the statute empowers the South Dakota Real Estate Commission (SDRC) to expand the scope and create new rules. If you want to look for particular rights, or issues around your case you are more likely to find laws that help you within the SDRC .
Rescission Period: 7 Days
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