Welcome to the Timeshares section of FindLaw's Real Estate Center. A timeshare is a unit (typically a condominium- or apartment-style structure) that is shared by multiple parties who each use it at different times of the year. Timeshares are very popular in vacation destinations, allowing part ownership of a property that is only used by each party for a few weeks or so each year. The ownership of timeshares depends on a number of factors, including any applicable state regulations of such arrangements. This section provides basic information about purchasing and owning a stake in a timeshare, particularly the legal implications involved.

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