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Hospitality Law

Subjects : hospitality, law
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  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Clauses in the purchase agreement to restrict the seller from competing with the business for a reasonable amount of time within a reasonable geographical location.






2. This type of document is an attempt by one party to unilaterally impose on the other the terms specified in the waiver.






3. 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






4. What is the maximum weekly EI benefit?






5. Innocent - negligent and fraudulent






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






7. What are the 5 tiers of the corporate structure.






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






9. This person acts on behalf of the principal






10. Author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights






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






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






13. Latin for guilty act and guilty mind






14. A promise for an action






15. What are the 3 types of bailment?






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






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






18. When leaving property with the hotel for safekeeping the guest must make the hotel aware to the value and need for safe custody.






19. Division of Lower Provincial Courts






20. Food poisoning from hamburger






21. 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.






22. Laws duly enacted by a person or body having the authority to enact and enforce them.






23. Under contract law - list the three types of mistake the law recognizes.






24. Beyond a reasonable doubt is what probability






25. Latin term for 'It is not my deed






26. List the 3 subtle signs of intoxication.






27. 'It stands decided'






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






29. 3 types of offenses in a criminal procedure






30. A tortfeasor who can reasonably foresee some injury as a consequence of his or her conduct may be liable for more serious consequences than he or she anticipated.






31. 3 types of business structures.






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






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






34. Surviving a falling elevator






35. Latin for 'the thing speaks for itself'






36. What are three ways a contract is breached






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






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






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






40. This relationship exists when one person has the power to affect another person's property or legal interests






41. Balance of probability needed to win a civil case






42. Guilty mind.






43. Allows a legislation to override the Charter






44. How contracts can be discharged






45. The exchange of benefits; the price a party pays for the promise






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






47. Law based on moral - religious or philosophical grounds






48. What are exemplary damages?






49. Breach of a legal duty to act reasonably that is the direct (or proximate) cause of injury to another.






50. 'Reasonable worth of the good'