HA387Notes_4-5-05 - HA 387 Notes April 5, 2005 Costom Case...

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HA 387 Notes April 5, 2005 ▪Costom Case and Adams Case: CASE 1 -women comes into the hotel and makes a phone call and gets hurt -person was meeting a friend and was going to have dinner at hotel INVITEE in this instance CASE 2 -guy stops at bar to make phone call -guy gets out of car, slips and falls LICESNSEE in this instance However, if have a sign up advertising phone (so as to generate revenue and stay and eat) may be considerer invitee. If people are invitees, hotel and bar are liable. If people are licensees, hotel and bar are not liable. ▪CASINO CASE (hard case) -plaintiff fell while ice skating -plaintiff says the ice was not properly taken care of Plaintiff Negligence: Assumption of the risk: Two types of conduct-- 1. When you engage in things that are inherently dangerous and the type of injury that occurs is expected of the activity. This is another way of saying NO BREACH (can say either way on exam) 2. Plaintiff Negligence: when the plaintiff is doing something unreasonable. Both parties can be negligent.
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course HADM 387 taught by Professor Sherwyn during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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