chapter 9 outline

chapter 9 outline - Chapter 9 1) Rights of Innkeepers a....

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Chapter 9 1) Rights of Innkeepers a. Right to exclude nonguests i. Implied Invitation 1. Hotels, innkeepers and restaurateurs extend an implied invitation or license to all, including nonguests, to enter their facility. ii. Trespass 1. Definition a. A legal wrong consisting of entering or remaining unlawfully on the premises. 2. Rights of a Hotel or Restaurant a. If a person enters a hotel and does not intend to contract to obtain a room, or a restaurant and does not plan on ordering food or drink; the hotelier and restaurateur has the right to ask the person to leave. b. If said person refuses to leave, they become a trespasser and the hotel or restaurant have the right to use reasonable force to escort them off the property. b. Refusing Lodging to a Would-be Guest i. General Rule 1. A hotel cannot refuse accommodations to anyone seeking them, no matter the person or the hour in which they arrive. ii. Exceptions to the general rule 1. If the hotel has no vacancies it may refuse a person a. No vacancies can exist even if all the rooms are not being occupied as some rooms may legitimately be unavailable due to maintenance or are being held
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