Principles Of Hospitality Law

Author: Michael John Boella
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case as a reason for refusing refreshment to travellers? That is to say, can the
innkeeper say, 'I am so incompetent in my food ordering, etc. that I let stocks fall
to a ridiculous level and that is why 1 could not provide for the legitimate requests
for refreshment by these travellers'? The purpose of the law is to enforce
standards, i.e. that all inns hold available sufficient means of refreshment for
travellers. The above interpretation would clearly defeat the purpose of the law.
Obviously, if an ...

A Compendium And Digest Of The Laws Of Massachusetts

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408. gagement to entertain all persons who travel that way ; and, upon this
universal assumpsit, an action on the case "will lie against him for damages, if he,
without good reason, refuses to admit a traveller. Innkeepers are also chargeable
with any losses happening in their inns by reason of the profits, arising either
from the keeping of the horses, he. of their guests, or from the profits from the
guests themselves. The person chargeable as an innkeeper must be the Ciaye'.
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The Law Summary

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The reason is, the guest here is not a traveller, and therefore not within the policy
of the law in this respect. And, for the same reason, the goods of a guest are not
protected as such, if they are delivered to the innkeeper on any other account.
And this seems to be the true reason, why it has been held, if a person comes to
an inn, and leaves goods there, and returns the same day, and the goods are lost
or stolen, and cannot be found, the innkeeper will be answerable ; but, if the
guest ...

Introduction To The Uk Hospitality Industry A Comparative Approach

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duty owed to travellers. Section 1(3) HPA 1956 requires that the traveller appears
able and willing to pay a reasonable sum for the services and facilities provided'
and furthermore that the traveller is in a fit state to be received'. These restrictions
amount to a right on the part of the innkeeper to refuse service to certain
travellers. This right allows the innkeeper a certain amount of latitude to pick and
choose between those requiring service, and so enables the innkeeper to
regulate his or ...

Parliamentary Debates

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Some such arrangement was quite practicable at inns or hotels, and would be
advantageous both to the traveller and innkeeper. The traveller would obtain safe
custody for his property, and the innkeeper would be relieved from liability
beyond a certain amount unless he had actually charge of the property. He had
added a clause giving summary jurisdiction to a magistrate in cases where meat,
drink, or lodgings had been obtained without the means or intention of paying for
them.

The Parliamentary Debates

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By the common law innkeepers were bound to receive any guest who presented
himself, and if they refused accommodation they were liable to an ac~ tion and
indictment. This enactment had borne heavily on innkeepers who had soverely
suffered from its provisions. In former days, when travelling was more tedious and
disagreeable, when the roads were frequently infested with highwaymen and
robbers, too often acting in concert with innkeepers, travellers were
proportionately few, ...

The Justice Of The Peace And Parish Officer

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No brewer, innkeeper, victualler, or other retailer of strong beer or ale, sh: Il be
sued or molested by indićtment, information, popular action, or otherwise, for
advancing the price of strong beer or ale, in a reasonable degree. XII. Innkeeper
suffering tipling. If any innkeeper, vićtualler, or alehousekeeper, or tavernkeeper,
keeping an inti or vićtualling house, do suffer any person to continue drinking or
tipling therein (except such as shall be invited by any traveller, and shall
accompany him ...

The Jurist

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By the common law, innkeepers were bound to receive any guest who presented
himself, and if they refused accommodation they were liable to an action and
indictment. In former days, when travelling was more tedious and disagreeable,
when the roads were frequently infested with highwaymen and robbers, too often
acting in concert with innkeepers, travellers were proportionately few, the
dangers of the road were great, and the liability of innkeepers was only
reasonable.

The Student S Law Dictionary

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An innkeeper is said to be compilable by the Constable of the Town or Dr { vision
to receive and entertain a : Traveller as his Guest, whether he keeps any Sign or
not, provided the Innkeeper make it his common Business to entertain Travellers.
An Innkeeper is indictable and finable for harbouring of Thieves or Persons of a
scandalous Character, or for suffering Disorders in his House, or for setting up a
new Inn, where there is no Need of one, to the Hindrance of well governed Inns ...