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Hospitality Law

Subjects : hospitality, law
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  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Once a lien is registered - a claim must be issued within 90 days of substantial completion of the work?






2. List the 4 conditions of adverse possession. (squatter's rights)






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






4. 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?






5. A crime consisting of the use of services - such as a hotel room or a restaurant meal - with the intent of avoiding payment and the act of failing to pay.






6. Damages are awarded to compensate the injured party






7. Two types of negligence






8. 'To have the body'






9. It is not my deed






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






11. What are exemplary damages?






12. Types of Damages






13. When 50 or more employees are laid off within 2 months.






14. Latin term for 'It is not my deed






15. Favoritism granted to relatives or friends regardless of merit






16. Governor general and lieutenant governors






17. How can an employer escape alcohol misuse liability?






18. What are the 3 types of bailment?






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






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






21. What does BFOR stand for?






22. First stage in a criminal court procedure






23. What would a careful - thoughtful person in the same circumstances have done






24. A promise for an action






25. The price a party pays for the promise.






26. 2 classes of servants.






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






28. 5 possible consequences if you default on your mortgage?






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






30. Latin for 'the thing speaks for itself'






31. 'Reasonable worth of the good'






32. Balance of probability needed to win a civil case






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






34. A duty that cannot be given to someone else






35. Four methods to prevent potential legal action against your business.






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






37. What are the 3 ways employment can be terminated?






38. Legal responsibility for the negligence of another person. Legal doctrine that assigns liability for an injury to a person who did not cause the injury but Who has a particular legal relationship to the person who did act negligently






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






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






41. Which of the following Act states that no food may be advertised as a cure of treatment for any of the afflictions






42. The amount he merits






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






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






45. Someone who certifies documents - but does not draft documents






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






47. A document in which you appoint someone else to act on your behalf on issues that you specify. Issues usually include medical - business - and/ or legal dealings






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






49. 3 types of business structures.






50. 5 reasons for evicting a guest.