Can I get out of a timeshare contract if the seller lied about details when they sold it to me?

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Can I get out of a timeshare contract if the seller lied about details when they sold it to me?

I got pressured into buying a timeshare that I never wanted. I was told that a month after buying the timeshare I could transfer it over to my boyfriend (since he was the one that wanted it but didn’t have the credit to get it) and that was not true, on the contract it says he is my husband which he never was. He had been paying it all this time and now he says he is not going to pay for it any more and I don’t want it, have never used it and it is destroying my credit, which was perfect. I don’t know what to do.

Asked on March 8, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Florida

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