Principles of Hospitality Law

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Cengage Learning EMEA, 1999 - Business & Economics - 401 pages
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Provides comprehensive coverage of the law relating to most types of business operating in the field of hospitality. This new edition has been extensively revised and updated, and contains a new chapter on international legal issues. The book incorporates recent changes, particularly to employment law, resulting from statute and case law, and refers to the changes about to be made to the Courts system. There are appendices containing questions, case studies and answers, and the book includes a comprehensive, easy-to-use index. An ideal text for all students planning careers in Hospitality Management. It is aimed at students progressing to NVQ level 4 courses, Bachelor's and Masters's degrees, and the HCIMA's professional qualifying examinations.
 

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Contents

The enterprise
29
The premises
65
The hotelier and the guest I
103
The hotelier and the guest II
145
The restaurateur and the customer
169
Commercial contracts and the caterer
219
Licensing law
231
Individual rights and duties in relation
263
Safety and working conditions
333
The employer the employee
355
The international legal context
366
A nswers to case studies 3 71
378
Table of EC law
387
Subject index
395
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