The court did not agree with any single argument made by the plaintiff against Chavez Moran, Grupo Mayan Palace and the other vindicated defendants, Desarollo Marina Vallarta S.A. de C.V., Daniel Omar Chavez, Scott R Erikson, Casey Jon Owens, Canamere Inc., Huffsmith-Kohrville Inc., Preferred Vacations Inc., Premium Travel Services Inc., Resort Solutions Inc., Seven Oceans US Inc., AZM Marketing LLC, Resort Quality Controls Inc., Resort Condominiums International LLC, and Resorts International Marketing Corp.
Before throwing out the case, the court reviewed all of the plaintiff’s claims and examined the relevant provisions of Grupo Mayan Palace’s vacation ownership contracts, and not only dismissed the case but in the process dispelled misconceptions about Mexican consumer protection laws. The plaintiff made no appeal of the court’s 2008 decision. No other case has since been filed against Chavez Moran or Grupo Mayan Palace, now known as Mayan Resorts.
Mayan Resorts features over 20 top leisure developments in Latin America, including some of the best golf courses in Mexico, and offers a wide range of products to meet the unique vacation needs of its members and users. Because of the management team’s dedication to its employees, Mayan Resorts has been honored as one of the "Great Places to Work."
Mayan Resorts’ well-deserved reputation for quality, beauty and dedication to customer service, since its founding by Chavez Moran in 1974, remains unblemished.
Though now retired, Daniel Chavez Moran is working just as hard to encourage economic growth, prosperity and democracy through his work with the Grupo Vidanta Foundation.
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