Definitions for "Right To Use"
A timeshare owner's right to occupy a unit at a resort for a specified number of years.
Occupancy rights for a specified number of years, with no ownership interest in the property. Back to the top
A lease, or right to use ownership grants the lessor the right to use the property for a specified period of time; usually from 20 to 99 years. The resort developer or Management Company holds ownership of the physical property. However, during the right-to-use period, the owner may rent, transfer, or bequeath the remaining years of their right to use property.