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Scenario based assessment

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Scenario based assessment

  1. 1. Regular Multiple Choice Question ©2015, Anita Kumar
  2. 2. Check Your Understanding 1. Which of the following are guests of a hotel?  Person who has come to eat at the hotel’s restaurant  Person who has come to stay at the hotel  Visitor of the person who is staying at the hotel  All of the above 2. A hotel has issued a notice cautioning its guests that they can “use the hotel car park at their own risk”. Can a hotel be held liable for the loss of a guest’s car from its car park?  Yes  No 1 ©2015, Anita Kumar
  3. 3. Check Your Understanding 1. Which of the following are guests of a hotel?  Person who has come to eat at the hotel’s restaurant  Person who has come to stay at the hotel  Visitor of the person who is staying at the hotel  All of the above 2. A hotel has issued a notice cautioning its guests that they can “use the hotel car park at their own risk”. Can a hotel be held liable for the loss of a guest’s car from its car park?  Yes  No 1 ©2015, Anita Kumar
  4. 4. Check Your Understanding 1. Which of the following are guests of a hotel?  Person who has come to eat at the hotel’s restaurant  Person who has come to stay at the hotel  Visitor of the person who is staying at the hotel  All of the above 2. A hotel has issued a notice cautioning its guests that they can “use the hotel car park at their own risk”. Can a hotel be held liable for the loss of a guest’s car from its car park?  Yes  No 1 ©2015, Anita Kumar Feedback Excellent! Any person who is welcome into a hotel is considered a guest of the hotel. Excellent! The hotel owes its guests a duty of safeguarding their property and cannot avoid this duty by merely issuing a cautionary notice. Feedback
  5. 5. Scenario-based Multiple Choice Question ©2015, Anita Kumar
  6. 6. Check Your Understanding Peter drove to a hotel to meet a client. At the hotel car park a signboard had the following message: “Users of the car park do so at their own risk. The management will not be liable for any damage or loss of their car.” When Peter returned to the car park to leave, he found that his car was stolen. Can he claim charges from the hotel? 2 A B C D Peter cannot make a claim as the hotel has clearly posted a notice saying they cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage of cars. Peter is a guest of the hotel and can make a claim. The hotel cannot exclude its duty of care to a guest by simply posting a notice. Peter cannot claim charges from the hotel as he was not a direct guest of the hotel. Peter cannot make a claim but his client can choose to make a claim on Peter’s behalf. ©2015, Anita Kumar
  7. 7. Check Your Understanding Peter drove to a hotel to meet a client. At the hotel car park a signboard had the following message: “Users of the car park do so at their own risk. The management will not be liable for any damage or loss of their car.” When Peter returned to the car park to leave, he found that his car was stolen. Can he claim charges from the hotel? 2 A B C D Peter cannot make a claim as the hotel has clearly posted a notice saying they cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage of cars. Peter is a guest of the hotel and can make a claim. The hotel cannot exclude its duty of care to a guest by simply posting a notice. Peter cannot claim charges from the hotel as he was not a direct guest of the hotel. Peter cannot make a claim but his client can choose to make a claim on Peter’s behalf. ©2015, Anita Kumar Feedback Excellent! Peter is a guest of the hotel, even though he has only come to visit someone at the hotel. As a guest of the hotel, he can file a claim for the loss of his car. The hotel cannot exclude itself from the duty of safeguarding guests’ property by merely posting a notice.
  8. 8. Both questions are essentially the same. However, the assessment with the real-life scenario is far more thought-provoking and engaging than the regular MCQ. ©2015, Anita Kumar

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