The European Commission is to clamp down on rogue traders who defraud holidaymakers out of tens of thousands of euro.
A proposal to change the law on timeshare agreements is to be published on Thursday.
Under timeshare agreements, which typically last for at least three years, consumers pay to spend a certain amount of time each year in a holiday home. Since the EU introduced the Timeshare Directive to regulate the sector in 1994, some...
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