It is necessary (when seeking an exit) to consider the underling thought process of the various representatives, so that you and ultimately the court can have the full and un fettered mind-set of the participants of the law makers.
Here you can browse the report which was ordered by the House of Lords and printed on the 11th December 2007.
In 1997 the European Union Committee was appointed by the House of Lords sort advice from the many industry and consumer’s bodies so as matter relating to timeshare could be fully and openly discussed.
Parliament was also asked to consider European Union documents and other matters relating to timeshare and the European Union”.
Committees were constructed and formed into seven Sub-Committees which were:
Economic and Financial Affairs, and International Trade (Sub-Committee A)
Internal Market (Sub-Committee B)
Foreign Affairs, Defence and Development Policy (Sub-Committee C)
Environment and Agriculture (Sub-Committee D)
Law and Institutions (Sub-Committee E)
Home Affairs (Sub-Committee F)
Social Policy and Consumer Affairs (Sub-Committee G)