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Did the condo tell you on what they were basing their billing? Not the repair, but the authority to bill you?
I was talking about why they think you (and other owners) should pay for it. Is it based on a rule or regulation, etc?
It should be in the notification that they sent you advising how much you owe or, at least, that's where it would normally be.
All right. What specific question did you have for me?
The places that say they will get you out of the timeshare are usually a scam. They will take your money and then not do anything for you.
The only way to get out of a timeshare, not to continue owing money or incurring debt for additional repairs, is to file a bankruptcy. That wipes out the debt and allows you to "give up" the timeshare.
Those are really the only options unless you can find a reason to sue them to get out of the contract. The amount they are billing you for now could, potentially, be a breach of contract and you should get a local lawyer to review everything to see if that is a possibility.