1. Unless the purchaser expressly agrees, prior to the transfer other than by deed
in lieu of foreclosure of a time-share interval, to take subject to or assume a lien,
the developer shall record or furnish to the purchaser releases of all liens affecting
that time-share interval, or shall provide a surety bond or insurance against the
2. If a lien, other than an underlying mortgage or deed of trust, becomes effective
against more than one time-share interval in a time-share project, a time-share interval
owner is entitled to a release of the owner's time-share interval from the lien upon
payment of the amount of the lien attributable to the owner's time-share interval. The amount of the payment shall be proportionate to the ratio that the time-share
interval owner's liability bears to the liabilities of all time-share interval owners
whose interests are subject to the lien. Upon receipt of payment, the lienholder shall promptly deliver to the time-share
interval owner a release of the lien covering the time-share interval. After payment, the managing entity shall not assess or have a lien against that
time-share interval for any portion of the expenses incurred in connection with that
lien. The time-share interval owner and the lienholder may enter into an alternative arrangement.
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