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Hospitality Law

Subjects : hospitality, law
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1. Law based on moral - religious or philosophical grounds






2. Once a lien is registered - a claim must be issued within 90 days of substantial completion of the work?






3. The Charter is part of the ( ) - whereas the CHRA is a piece of federal legislation and therefore subject to change.






4. Job duties and standards - remuneration (salary - bonuses - perks - and benefits) - duration of term of employment - and likelihood of changes to the position.






5. An agreement by an offeror to leave an offer open for a specified period of time.






6. Alcohol misuse under the Liquor License Act






7. Latin term for 'It is not my deed






8. When the public is misled into believing that one company's goods or services are those a similar brand or product






9. A chattel mortgage on inventory - is a situation which the creditor can swoop down and immobilize the inventory still in stock upon default.






10. Favoritism granted to relatives or friends regardless of merit






11. A declaration that the statute operates notwithstanding the Charter ceases to have effect after five years






12. Notices of statutory provisions limiting liability be posted where?






13. A written authorization to represent or act on another's behalf in private affairs - business - or some other legal matter






14. Under the law - when an employer terminates the contract with an independent contractor - before all duties have been performed; What can the contractor sue for?






15. The innkeeper becomes liable for the entire loss even if the innkeeper has not been negligent.






16. Res ipsa loquitur






17. What are some of the conditions for rightful dismissal?






18. What are the two types of property?






19. When the public is misled into believing that one company's goods or services are those a similar brand or product.






20. If an employee of the hotel tells a guest that the hotel will provide a greater level of liability than the statutory limitations - the hotel will be stopped from relying on the protection of the statutory limitations.






21. When a person - knowingly with intent to defraud - writes a cheque on a bank account with insufficient funds.






22. Offeree does not accept by the deadline Offeree does not accept within a reasonable time One party dies or loses the capacity to contract






23. Two types of negligence






24. Once a contract is written - it cannot be changed without consent of both parties.






25. Job duties and standards - remuneration (salary - bonuses - perks - and benefits) - duration of term of employment - and likelihood of changes to the position.






26. Land - marriage - co-signing - longer than one year to complete - agreement to deliver goods at a future date - and (3 more)






27. The division of law associated with interpersonal matters






28. Guilty mind.






29. What are three ways a contract is breached?






30. To place the issue - facts and evidence on the table. Each party can examine the other party under oath






31. The period of time required to pay off the principal completely at a set interest rate.






32. What is the maximum weekly EI benefit?






33. Tort law bypass - principal of agents - vicarious liability - corp. form by amalgamation - collateral warranties - etc.






34. Minimum amount of hours needed to be eligible for EI benefits.






35. When a contract is breached - the injured party must do What is required to limit the losses they suffer.






36. List the 3 subtle signs of intoxication.






37. judge feels that the bargain was unfair due to (1) lopsided bargaining power - (2) abuse of authority - or (3) breach of fiduciary duty.






38. This piece of legislation states that any persons donating and distributing donated food to another person are not liable for the damages resulting from injuries or death caused by the consumption of the food - unless the food was rotten or the perso






39. Tort law bypass - principal of agents - vicarious liability - corp. form by amalgamation - collateral warranties - novation - etc






40. Amount added on to a usual charge for a specific product - purpose - or service.






41. Promises made without consideration






42. What does BFOR stand for?






43. List 5/6 items employers can expect from their employees






44. For duress - for undue influence - if a mistake was made - for misrepresentation - where utmost good faith was not demonstrated.






45. Innocent - negligent and fraudulent






46. 'Reasonable worth of the good'






47. Guilty act in Latin.






48. Bailment for the sole benefit of the bailor.






49. Regulation - deterrence - compensation - dispute resolution - education and prevention






50. Stages of a civil action