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Hotel Law: A Concise Guide to the Law of Inns and Innkeepers


ISBN13: 9780955328657
Published: June 2007
Publisher: Northumbria Law Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



It contains a wealth of information on both the origins of this fascinating and important area of law and also the current legal position of hotelkeepers and their guests. It will entertain as well as inform. In plain English it will tell you:-

  • When a hotel has to accept a guest or not
  • When a hotel can eject an unwelcome guest
  • How to cope with rules on sex, race and didability discrimination
  • How to avoid or limit liability for damage or loss to guests' property
  • When a hotel can exercise a lien over the goods of guests who don't pay their bill
  • What is the liability of a hotel for injury to guests.

Subjects:
Consumer Law
Contents:
The Definition of a Hotel
Who is a Traveler?
The Hotelkeeper's Right to Reject or Eject Guests
Hotelkeeper's and Discrimination Law
Hotelkeeper's Liability for the Safety of Guests
Hotelkeeper's Liability for the Property of Guests
The Hotelkeeper's Lien
Appendix
The Hotel Proprietors Act 1956