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The Synawhey family love to go on summer vacations. Mr. Synawhey received a time-share vacation agreement in the mail for a beautiful lake cabin. Mr. Synawhey was so excited that he signed the contract without even reading it. When the Synawhey family arrived to their cabin with their three children and their dog Skip, the property manager informed them that their family of five could not stay there because it clearly stated in the time-share agreement that the maximum amount of people allowed was two adults. The property manager also pointed to the agreement where it said in all capital letters “NO PETS ALLOWED”.


Can the Synawhey family bring a lawsuit against the property management company since they had to go to stay at a costly hotel?


Can the Synawhey family bring a lawsuit against the property management company since they had to put Skip in a dog kennel?


What other legal rights does the Synawhey family have?


We are here to help you in case you ever decide to “sign a way” before reading.


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