That is great, if you can prove it.
But generally these contracts do not allow for early cancellation and it doesn't matter how old you are or why you cannot use the timeshares.
So in most cases my answer would have been you cannot take them to court but they will take you and will win.
But if you were told you could cancel at any time then they cannot hold you to the contract.
But it will come down to proof.
If you have a witness that heard this promise you may be OK.
What I suggest you do is retain a lawyer to send them a letter stating you were told you could cancel at any time and you relied on that representation and you are cancelling now.
Does that help as a starting point?
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