Well, it’s Friday again and the end of another week with Inside Timeshare. We finish with a quick round-up of the latest court news, once again this news would not be complete without the appearance of our old friends at Anfi and in contrast, there is some news about Marriott. There is also some news regarding the various administrations of companies being conducted at the Mercantile Courts, more on this next week once clients have been informed.
The week began with yet another appeal at the High Court Number 5 of Las Palmas, where the judges confirmed both of the Norwegian client’s contracts with Anfi are null & void. This also confirmed the original ruling by the Court of First Instance that included the 69,105€ for the original purchase, along with a further 53,656€ in respect of illegally taken deposits.
The High Court also confirmed the payment of legal interest and legal fees.
This was followed the next day with another Norwegian client having their First Instance victory confirmed by the High Court.
The original judgement declared the contract null & void, the repayment of 44,371€ plus legal interest and legal costs. The total included the 17,316€ which is double the amount taken illegally as a deposit.
Anfi as usual was not satisfied with the judgement of the court and again launched another frivolous appeal. Every case we see coming out of the appeal court is a defeat against Anfi, so given the situation they are in, why are they wasting so much money with these appeals?
Moving now to a completely different attitude, on 4 October 2021, The Court of First Instance Number 3 of Marbella, issued their verdict in the case of a German client against MVCI Management and MVCI Holidays.
The court ordered the contract null & void plus the repayment to the client of 25,688€. Just three weeks later, Marriott has deposited the funds with the court and the client will soon receive this into their own account.
What a difference to Anfi!
Another sentence against Marriott has been issued by the Court of First Instance Number 7 of Marbella, in favour of another German client.
Along with the contract being declared null & void, the court awarded the client to be repaid by Marriott 24,571 plus legal Interest. No doubt we shall be reporting on this case in a few weeks if Marriott keeps up with their practice of paying without enforcement proceedings.
These cases were prepared and the clients represented in court by the Lawyers of Canarian Legal Alliance.
That is all for this week, for the time being Inside Timeshare will only be publishing a few articles each week, if anything of importance comes up it will be published.
Have a great weekend and join us again next week.