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" An inn is a house, the owner of which holds out that he will receive all travellers and sojourners who are willing to pay a price adequate to the sort of accommodation provided, and who come in a situation in which they are fit to be received. "
The Law Summary: A Collection of Legal Tracts on Subjects of General ... - Σελίδα 330
των Benjamin Lynde Oliver - 1831 - 348 σελίδες
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench ..., Τόμος 4

Richard Vaughan Barnewall, Sir Edward Hall Alderson, William Selwyn - 1820
...guests ; and, on the other hand, that he is responsible to them for property left in his care. An inn is a house, the owner of which holds out that he will...provided, and who come in a situation in which they are fit to be received. In this case, the defendant does not charge as a mere lodginghouse keeper, by the...

Commentaries on American law, Τόμος 2

James Kent - 1827
...contract with every poranTTYTinf ramp i ""t^fl jpn. siiiH O ne of the judges in that case, is a bouse, the owner of which holds out, that he will receive...are willing to pay a price adequate to the sort of entertainment provided, and who come in a situation in which they are fit to be received. If a guest...

The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer, Τόμος 1

Richard Burn - 1836
...boose ; and if an alehouse lodges and entertains travellers, it is also an ion. (a) (a) " An inn is a house, the owner of which holds out, that he will...provided, and who come in a situation in which they are fit to be received. A lodging-house keeper, on the other hand, makes a contract with every man that...

Reports of Cases in Law and Equity in the Supreme Court of the ..., Τόμος 11

Oliver Lorenzo Barbour - 1852
...rests on reasons peculiar to that relation. (Id. 484.) An innkeeper is bound to receive all travelers and sojourners who are willing to pay a price adequate...provided, and who come in a situation in which they are fit to be received. (3 Barn. fy Aid. 283.) " A highway," says Swift. justice, in Peck v. Smith, (I...

A Treatise on the Law of Contracts, Τόμος 2

William Wetmore Story - 1856
...common inn. 4 So, also, entertaining strangers, occasionally, for 1 An inn is stated by Mr. Justice Best to be " a house, the owner of which holds out that...provided, and who come in a situation in which they are fit to be kept. A lodging-house keeper, on the other hand, makes a contract with every man that comes;...

The Law Chronicle: A Monthly Journal, Τόμος 5

1858
...public-house, for the sale of beer, &c., is not necessarily a common inn. "An inn (says Best, J.) is a house, the owner of which holds out that he will...sort of accommodation provided, and who come in a condition in which they are fit to be received" (Thompson v. Lacy, 3 B. & Aid. 287 ; see also Burn's...

Commentaries on American Law, Τόμος 1

James Kent - 1858
...a contract with every 'person that came ; but an inn, said one of *596 the judges in that case, is a house, the owner of which holds out that he will receive all travellers and sojourners who (a) Parkhurst v. Foster, 1 Salk. Rep. 387. Garth. 417, 8. C. (6) Entertaining strangers occasionally...

A Treatise on the Powers and Duties of Justices of the Peace in the State of ...

Alexander Ralston Tiffany - 1859 - 628 σελίδες
...whether he has any sign before his door or not."— 3 Hill, 140, 157. " An inn," said Best., «/", " is a house, the owner of which holds out that he will receive all travelers and sojourncrs who are willing to give a price adequate to the sort of accommodation provided,...

An Appeal to Loyal Religious People in Behalf of Kentucky

1865 - 2 σελίδες
...made a contract with every peí son that came; but an inn, said QUO of the judges in that case, ia a house, the owner of which holds out that he will receive all travelers and tojourners who aro willing to pay a price adequate to the sort of entertainment provided,...

Commentaries on American Law, Τόμος 2

James Kent - 1866
...contract with every * person that * 596 came ; but an inn, said one of the judges in that case, is a house, the owner of which holds out that he will...are willing to pay a price adequate to the sort of entertainment provided, and who come in a situation in which they are fit to be received. (a) i But...




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