Utah timeshare law is governed under the Timeshare and Camp Resort Act . Since the law extends to more than just timeshares it reads more broadly than many other state timeshare laws. It has a focus on consumer protection with some strict and harsh penalties for sellers if they violate the statute.
Under Utah law if a seller violates section 4 (selling unregistered land), or section 14 (unregistered salesperson) the purchaser can not only void the agreement but can also recover all the money they paid for it, with interest and attorneys fees. Basically, Utah’s way of saying they do not take violations here lightly. Beyond just that strict rule Utah also specifically expands its timeshare laws, so that violations of it are also considered under consumer protection law and it is possible to bring in more action against sellers for violation.
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