Buying a timeshare is a lot like buying a house. When a consumer in Tennessee buys a timeshare, he or she is buying an interest in real property. Typically, a deed is recorded with the Register of Deeds in the county where the timeshare is found. Often, a timeshare owner becomes obligated for recurring dues,
If you represent a brewery, or even an individual or a company with a financial interest in a brewery, there are some new laws and restrictions to consider. Referred to as the “3-Tier for Beer” laws, found in T.C.A. Title 57, Chapter 5, these laws prohibit certain joint relationships between breweries and retailers of beer.
The Tennessee Timeshare Act of 1981 provides several important protections to purchasers of timeshares in Tennessee. Today’s blog entry concerns one of the most important of those protections—the right to rescind. If you have ever bought a house, piece of land, or other real property, it may be that you had a real estate agent