Like all papers you’ll submit, formatting is: 1” margins all around, double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font. No headers, extra spaces between paragraphs – none of the little tricks that take up space. There is a 3-page minimum, which I equate to an “average” score, or a 3. If you want a better score, then do more than the minimum required work. I can tell when a student has done the work and when they have waited until the last minute to throw something together. Don’t be in that latter group. You must answer the following three questions: Question 1: Read Case 8-3 in your book and tell me the major facts and arguments in that case.
What did the Four Seasons do wrong? Research the law and tell me what a hotel in Nevada must do to avail itself of “limited liability” in connection with a guest’s property. What monetary limitation applies in Nevada if a hotel follows the law completely? There is something unusual about Nevada’s law…tell me what it is. Question 2: There are three types of “bailments.” Describe them in detail and give me an example of such a bailment (you may not use an example from the book). Specifically describe when a bailor has “liability” for each type of “bailment.” What kinds of bailments have you been involved in over the past year (surely you can describe two or three). Question 3: What is the difference between an “invitee” and a “guest?” How does one become a “guest” and what rights does a “guest” have that “invitees” do not? What is the difference between a “guest” and a “tenant?” How does one become a “tenant” and what rights does a “tenant” have that “guests” do not? What steps would a hotel have to go through to “evict” 1) an invitee? 2) a guest? 3) a tenant?