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Since he filed bankruptcy the debt obligation for his portion of the time share that would have been discharged, but he would remain as owner on the time share title. You could make a written offer to him to buy you out of the time share for a fixed price.
It would appear that you own the time share either as a joint tenant, the most common form of ownership, or as “tenancy in common” , which is unlikely with a time share investment.
If you propose a buy-out price, and he does not agree, you can file what is called a Partition lawsuit in the county where the contested real estate is located. In the action you will seek a judgment, signed by a Florida judge, that formally alters the title and ownership of the time share, and makes an equitable distribution of those costs among both of you. The judge will decide a fair price for the buyout based upon the facts and history.
Propose a written contract for a buyout of your share to him. If that does not work, you may have to file a partition action.
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