Sorry, can't help with your specific question, but just wondering how this affect your ability to sell the timeshare?
I'd have thought that any potential buyer of the timeshare would be told by the timeshare operator that there £3,000 + owing and refuse to permit transfer to the new owner until you pay it. Bear in mind that if a debt is SB it doesn't extinguish the debt. You still owe the money, just that creditor can't recover it through the courts. So the timeshare operator could still require you to pay the debt as a condition of approving any sale. (Assuming English Law applies)
10/12/19 - Parcel booked with MyHermes
20/12/19 - Final invoice paid to MyHermes as they deemed parcel to be overweight
17/01/20 - Contacted MyHermes as item appeared to be lost
MyHermes finally confirmed it had lost parcel but claimed I was not eligible for compensation as I contacted them outside of the 28 days stipulated in their terms (even though I did contact them within 28 days of the second invoice being paid and the 28 day rule being a clear contradiction to the Consumer Rights Act, making the loss a breach of contract).
After much back and forth, I have filled a claim on MCOL.
I have read other threads on this forum and am confident I have followed processes correctly, I will update once a resolution is reached.
The claim is for a the cost of postage plus their minimum insurance value of £25, so not a very big claim, but a matter of principle and as I had some spare time this month, I finally got round to filing it.