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Hospitality Law

Subjects : hospitality, law
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. 'It stands decided'






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






3. Defaming a business - a product or a property rather than a person.






4. What does BFOR stand for?






5. Latin for guilty act and guilty mind






6. Assault - battery -trespass - conversion - false Imprisonment - intentional infliction of mental suffering - deceit - and intentional interference with a contract.






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






8. Surviving a falling elevator






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






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






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






12. How contracts can be discharged






13. Legislators - judges - jurors - lawyers - clients and police






14. A promise for an action






15. Law based on moral - religious or philosophical grounds






16. Within the walls of the inn






17. What are the three kinds of misrepresentation?






18. What are the three exceptions to the common law absolute liability rule.






19. Latin term for 'On the face of it'.






20. Circumstances in which the authorities do not need a warrant to search your premises






21. Fundamental freedoms in Section 2 of the Charter






22. Food Poisoning from chicken






23. Consent - self defense - lack of intention - necessity - legal authority - defense of property - and defense of a third person.






24. Favoritism granted to relatives or friends regardless of merit






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






26. Two types of negligence






27. What are the 3 types of bailment?






28. An advertisement is an example of this... lets people know that you are ready to accept offers






29. The most difficult element of negligence to prove






30. A plaintiff is partly or solely the cause of his or her own injury






31. Bailment for the sole benefit of the bailor.






32. Governor general and lieutenant governors






33. A plaintiff is partly or solely the cause of his or her own injury.






34. Division of law that defines rights and remedies






35. List remedies one would expect when a contract is breached






36. Latin term for within or on the premises of the inn (extension of the inn).






37. What must be established to substantiate a claim for bailment?






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






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






40. 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?






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






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






43. list 4 elements of bailment






44. Law created by a person or body with authority to enact and enforce it






45. 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






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






47. A person who becomes ill but did not pay for the meal can sue the establishment






48. Spoken and written defamation






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






50. 'Reasonable worth of the good'