Timeshares bill gets preliminary Senate approval

By Howard Fischer

State lawmakers are not going to help those who bought timeshares get out from under what is often a lifetime obligation.

On a voice vote Monday the state Senate gave preliminary approval to some new requirements about what would-be purchasers have to be told. More to the point, it provides what amounts to a 10-day cooling-off period between when buyers sign an agreement and they’re struck with it, often for life.

But the version of HB 2639 that survives after multiple committee hearings and floor debate no longer provides the opt-out provisions that had been envisioned by Rep. Shawna Bolick, R-Phoenix.

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