As a developer you may be planning on expanding your horizons to include properties for vacation clubs and timeshares. Dealing with the timeshare legal structure can be painstaking and laborious. There are numerous legalities that can cause a problem between regulators and the developer. Right-to-Use, non-deeded, deeded, fixed or floating time, and units, points and vacation clubs are all features of timeshare and all have regulations to be followed. Many developments will combine features, which is more complex.
A skilled attorney with knowledge of the laws can make the process easier and carry out these complicated procedures along side you. John “Roger” Burk is very familiar with both federal and state levels of regulation. Taking the time to comprehend the legal and practical details of timeshare law can help make your timeshare more organized, profitable, and “by the book”.