H ADM 3387 - Lecture Notes 10-14-09

H ADM 3387 - Lecture Notes 10-14-09 - H ADM 3387 Business...

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H ADM 3387 – Business and Hospitality Law Fall 2009 Lecture #11: 10-14-09 Intro o Exams back by Friday around 1:25pm – weird # = sum of each question’s score then Prof curves. Extra credit from Senior Living panel will be on the exam. o Monday review exam and talk about paper. Background o Different classifications of people that came onto your property 1) Invitee – exercise reasonable care Ex) Prof’s Victorian house in Trumansberg. Invitee comes on property for business purposes – working on the roof and window falls on them, Prof had duty to exercise reasonable care. 2) Licensee – warn of known dangers Prof Invites onto property as a guest, guests opens window and smashes their hand, Prof had duty to warn of known dangers. If Prof didn’t know, sucks for the licensee. Ex) in a hotel, you meet someone in a hotel that you’re not staying at. 3) Trespasser – cannot set up traps Prof does not invite Rowland vs. Christian o Facts: Christian had broken faucet, told building about it, friend came over to fixed it (licensee) o Issue: o Plaintiff didn’t establish that the faucet was cracked or that it was obvious AND she didn’t sufficiently warn him of known danger. o
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