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How Should I Describe the Identification Mode on My Timeshare Rental Contract?

A typical timeshare rental contract will stipulate that only the renter and his/her specified guests accompanying him/her can use the timeshare. This ensures that the renter does not sub-let the timeshare further to a third party. To make such an agreement more secure, it is important to include an identification mode in the timeshare rental contract. This identification may be any government-issued document that serves the purpose of a photo identity of the renter. The signatures of the renter on the agreement may also be matched at the time of entering the rented property. For more info, see Reviewing the Timeshare Rental Contract: 4 Essential Points