West Virginia timeshare law is governed in their estates and property Article 9, under the West Virginia time-sharing act . The laws in West Virginia for timeshares are straightforward and hold a lot of what you would expect. Protections for purchasers, obtaining timeshares, selling timeshares, and generally managing the interesting.
West Virginia has a licensing requirement for all timeshare sellers. A salesperson or broker must be licensed under the Real Estate Commission to be eligible to make timeshare sales.
Rescission Period: 10 Days
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