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TIMESHARE DENTURES

by Austin Neil Aaronson on Jul. 11, 2018

Real Estate Timeshare 

Summary: Learn more about timeshare cancellation!

TIMESHARE DENTURES

 

Denture:

den·ture

/den(t)SHər/

noun

A removable plate or frame holding one or more artificial teeth.

Indenture:

/inˈden(t)SHər/

noun

A document or a section of a document that is indented (2) : a formal or official document usually executed in two or more copies (3) : a contract binding one person to work for another for a given period of time —often used in plural

 

Did you know that timeshares and dentures have some things in common? At English common law, there were no copy-machines, much less digital encryption, to confirm authenticity. Thus, these documents, often deeds, were copied by hand on two halves of the same sheet and separated in the center in a perforated fashion unique to that document – often in in a tooth-like pattern said to resemble dentures. In this way, one could confirm the authenticity of each version of the document by rejoining them along the intermittently indented matching cut-line.  Hence the term ‘indenture’. Learn more on how to get rid of your timeshare!

 

Over time, the word ‘indenture’ came to take on a more generic meaning applying to many legally binding agreements enforceable at law. In a decidedly dark twist, over time, the binding nature of these instruments even came to sanction individual servitude. Through this legal mechanism, one could be consigned to servility for a period of years to pay off an apprenticeship, for example, or even into perpetuity in the case of actual slavery. In need of getting your timeshare canceled!

And, after all, isn’t this a lot like a being stuck in an abusive timeshare contract? The following verbiage is taken directly from the ‘Acknowledgements’ one must sign in connection with the execution of the template timeshare contract used by a timeshare developer with whom we often deal: “ I understand that title (to the timeshare) will be held in Trust by an independent Trustee…My membership is intended to be perpetual in nature…” (Emphasis added).

 

In other words, once they lock their teeth on your loins, they’re not about to let go -  a lot like the proverbial snapping turtle – at least not until it thunders. And those teeth, indeed those dentures hold firm and tight, not like the old-fashioned kind that you took out every night. No, these are more like dental implants, they can really take a bite.

 

If your in need of timeshare cancellation contact Aaronson Law Group. This is all that we do, and if nothing else, after all these years, we’ve learned a thing or two. Experienced, with proven results, and committed too. We’re waiting by the phone, ready for you.

 

1-877-408-8790

407-644-1336

2180 W. State Road 434

Suite 6136

Longwood, FL 32779

www.aaronsonlawgroup.com

 

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