We also had six more victories against Club La Costa, contractual names including Paradise Trading, Continental Resorts and Sucursal. In total, these six cases amounted to £88,908 in monies awarded.
The case against Majexo took place in Tenerife, where £10,120 in monies were awarded. The contract was declared null because it doesn’t meet the requirements of the law. Majexo has to reimburse double the amount of the payment made in the cooling off period.
In the Diamond case, the Fuengirola court confirmed that the contract is null as it doesn’t respect the requirements of the law 42/1998, meaning that the contract did not contain sufficient detail. Our clients were awarded £6,342.
In the case against Ecomar Continental & Leisure Dimensions which was also heard in Fuengirola court, Ecomar Continental SL was already dissolved and therefore didn’t reply this claim, so the judgement is made by default for this opposing party. Leisure Dimensions presented their defence. The judge considered that both companies are solitarily liable, and the contract is null under the law 42/1998. The outcome of this case was £14,290 in awards.
In addition to these substantive victories, we’ve had 10 further favourable jurisdiction judgements against CLC and one against MacDonald this week.