How Much Do You Know About Hospitality Law? Trivia Quiz

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What do you know about hospitality? Hospitality is vital because it is the measure of treatment of a person's guests or those who patronize a place of business. Hospitality laws are meant to protect both hosts and guests against injury, which can be accidental or intentional. Take the quiz to find out what you know about this practice?


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    If you must “walk” a guest, the guest ________ sue for breach of contract if the alternative accommodation is comparable.
  • 2. 
    If the hotel thinks that the room will be used for illegal purposes, such as gambling or prostitution, they could use the absence of __________ to deny accommodation.
  • 3. 
    Under the following circumstances a hotel refuse service:·         __________ of not paying·         refusing to abide by _________ ________ ·        ____________________ the peace·        ________________ or __________ purposes
  • 4. 
    ________ ________ is when two or more suppliers conspire to set prices.
  • 5. 
    Innkeeper ____ discuss with another innkeeper the rates that he or she would like to charge next season. Competitors may share information provided they are not price fixing.
  • 6. 
    The purpose of _________ ________ is to set minimum behaviour standards to govern conduct that is not already the subject of laws and codes.  The rules should be clear, posted, and must not be discriminatory.
  • 7. 
    Can an innkeeper keep specific rooms for a specific visible minority? ___.
  • 8. 
    An innkeeper may move a guest to another room using the following reasons:·         providing a _________ ________ for an incoming group·         if the guest is alone on a floor, asking him or her to move to streamline _____________ ________ .
  • 9. 
    Innkeepers can  evict a guest from the hotel in the following 7 conditions: ·         __________________ at the end of stay·         ____ -____________ ·         persons of ___-_________·         _____________ conduct·         _______________ the peace·         carrying a ______________ _____________·         breaking ____________ ________
  • 10. 
    Can an innkeeper demand payment at the time of registration?  ____.
  • 11. 
    ____________ is when a person, knowingly with intent to defraud, writes a cheque on a bank account with insufficient funds.
  • 12. 
    In some cases, putting a ______ on the luggage of a non-paying guest is the only way that some payment or value will be received for services rendered. Generally, however, the goods have little _______ ________
  • 13. 
    The innkeeper cannot refuse accommodation to a ___________ guest when there are rooms ___________, i.e., not otherwise reserved or out of service for repairs or renovations.
  • 14. 
    Does the innkeeper need to tell the guest why they are being evicted?  ____.
  • 15. 
    The rules regarding liened/abandoned property:·         Hotel must hold the property for a period of time (__ to __ months). ·         Then the innkeeper must ___________ the sale (usually by auction) in the local newspaper at least a _______before the auction.  ·         The ad must contain: the _______ of the guest, the _________t of indebtedness, a __________ of the property to be sold, the _______, time and place of the sale, and the name of the ____________.  ·         The proceeds of the sale will then be applied to the ______.
  • 16. 
    An innkeeper can refuse all pets with the exception of ___________ -____ ______.
  • 17. 
    The innkeeper must be ready to receive travelers at any hour of the day or night because __________ __________ is a human necessity.
  • 18. 
    All persons who frequent a hotel are not owed the same degree of care. Guests are owed a ________  degree of care than all others who visit a hotel.  However, non guests are still owed reasonable care. Even trespassers have rights.
  • 19. 
    Under common law, innkeepers have a duty to protect the guests from ____________,  __________ __________, _______, and even from ____________.
  • 20. 
    According to the BC Hotel Keeper’s Act, notice of statutory provisions limiting liability must be posted in the ____, __________ __________ and in every ________ ________ . It is also a good idea, but not legally required to post them in the hotel’s ____________.
  • 21. 
    Under the following circumstances a hotel is only entitled to enter a guest’s room: ·         by _____________ of the guest. ·         to perform normal ______________. ·         to perform required ____________. ·         to ________ the guest to another room. ·         in case of ______________ ·         to ____________ the innkeeper-guest relationship (because of the guests inability or refusal to pay)
  • 22. 
    Only in the presence of a __________ _________ does the hotel have the right to open a guest’s door for the police.
  • 23. 
    Would the hotel be liable if the guest suffered as a result of the hotel being slow in delivering a fax? ____, the innkeeper has an obligation to deliver any messages, mail or packages promptly to the guest.
  • 24. 
    The _________ owns lost property.
  • 25. 
    The _______ __________ owns abandoned property.
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