Each seller of a timeshare plan shall maintain among its business records the following: (1) A copy of each contract for the sale of a timeshare interest, which contract has not been canceled. If a timeshare estate is being sold, the seller is required to retain a copy of the contract only until a deed of conveyance, agreement for deed, or lease is recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit court in the county wherein the plan is located. If a personal property timeshare plan is being sold, the seller is required to retain a copy of the contract only until a certificate of transfer, agreement for transfer, lease, or other instrument of transfer that fully complies with s. 721.08 is delivered to the purchaser.
(2) A list of all salespersons of the seller and their last known addresses. The names and addresses of such salespersons whose employments terminate shall be retained for 3 years after termination of employment. If the seller has a contract with any entity not owned or controlled by the seller for the sale of the timeshare plan, that entity shall be responsible for maintaining a record of current employees involved in the sale of the timeshare plan and a record of any former employees involved in the sale of such plan within the previous 3 years.