Timeshare law in Vermont is scarce. There is no specific statute that speaks to timeshare ownership. This makes it difficult to know exactly what your rights may be regarding your timeshare in that state. However, it does have a condominium act and Vermont has generally taken a more liberal approach when applying laws to timeshares. In these cases, though it is critical to have an attorney review your specific case to see where your rights may fall. If you have concerns about your timeshare or want to just get out call us at 360-918-8196 or get started here .
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