I have a paid membership in a Recreational Vehicle camp site. I signed a contract to pay $6000 for the use of this and other associated campsites throughout the country.
Due to physical disability, my wife and I can no longer travel the country to camp as was our original intention. I am 65 and my wife is 62.
I advised the manager at the end of February that due to medical problems we needed to cancel our membership.
After numerous conversations the campsite owners were adamant, stating regardless of the circumstances they would not release us from this contract.
The way I see it there is no "real property
They provide a place to park my RV for a period of time (2 weeks max). and this is only if they are not full up. There are no reservations.
They threaten to ruin my credit if do not fulfill the full terms of the contract.
It's a 7 yr. term. Balance due $4000.(89.79 per mo.)
First of all, is this legal?
If legal, under “real property law”, what type of contract is it?
I live in new York state.