Guest Property and Limited Liability Assignment
Review the cases Paraskevaides v. Four Seasons Washington and Ippolito v. Hospitality Management Associates and the decisions of the courts [including appellate] in relation to limited liability notice provisions.
Once reviewed, consider and discuss the following;
How does the concept of “infra hospitium” apply or not apply to either case?
What would change if the property was stolen as the guest was in the process of checking in, checking out [i.e. packed in suitcase preparing for departure], or if the items were being moved by hotel staff due to extenuating circumstances?
Back up your answers with logical reasoning, specific details, and relevant precedent.
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Jordan v. Marriott Int’l, Inc., 816 S.E.2d 822 (Ga. Ct. App. 2018) https://casetext.com/case/jordan-v-marriott-intl-inc-1?q=hotel bailment&PHONE_NUMBER_GROUP=P&sort=relevance&p=1&type=case&partyTypes=323
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