The court of first instance in Arona, Tenerife heard that the contract was in perpetuity which means it did not have an end date. It also did not provide the legal minimum requirements regarding the accommodation, details such as Land Registry information and period of use were not included. The judge ruled that the contract be deemed null and void. Continental Resort Services S.L. was ordered to pay back the client £41,590.
Well done to the M1 legal team and congratulations to their client.