Chapter_9--In_class_questions

Chapter_9--In_class_questions - 1.) A man walks into the...

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1.) A man walks into the lobby of a hotel. Is he “trespassing?” Why or why not? 2.) How much force can be used to evict a trespasser? 3.) Name 6 reasons an innkeeper may legally deny lodging to a potential guest. 4.) A man of Chilean decent arrives at a hotel at 2AM one night and requests a room. There are three available rooms. The front desk person denies him a room claiming that “it’s too late” to accept new guests. Generally speaking, may the clerk legally do this? Explain. What if there is only one unoccupied room but its bathroom is being repaired? 5.) Assume the man in #4 is refused a room because he is Chilean. Is this legal? What federal statute does this violate, if any? What remedies are available to him as a plaintiff? 6.) A woman calls a hotel and requests room 234. She explains that this is where she and her husband spent their honeymoon. The reservationist explains that the hotel will not guarantee a specific room and that they are assigned upon arrival. The guest arrives. Room 234 is available. However, the front desk clerk has personal friends arriving and wants to give that room to them. May the desk clerk legally deny the woman the room and
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