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32-2197.21 - Payment of finder fees; limits; prohibited activities; records; definition
32-2197.21. Payment of finder fees; limits; prohibited activities; records; definition
A. Notwithstanding sections 32-2155, 32-2163 and 32-2165 or any other provision of this chapter, a developer or managing entity may pay a finder fee to a person who is not licensed pursuant to this chapter and who owns a timeshare interest in the developer’s timeshare plan or in the timeshare plan managed by that managing entity.
B. A finder fee paid pursuant to this section shall not exceed one thousand dollars in credit or nonmonetary compensation during any twelve month period.
C. This section does not permit a person who is not licensed pursuant to this chapter to advertise or promote the person’s services in procuring or assisting to procure prospective timeshare interest purchasers.
D. The developer or managing entity shall keep records of all finder fees paid pursuant to this section for three years after the payment is made.
E. For purposes of this section, "finder fee" means credit or nonmonetary compensation paid to a person who is not licensed pursuant to this chapter, who owns a timeshare interest and who provides the name and address of a prospective purchaser to the developer or managing entity of the timeshare plan in which the owner previously purchased a timeshare interest.