An Indian Hotel Cancellation Policy

I recently booked a hotel in Delhi on an Indian website in anticipation of my departure next week. (Whoa!)

I read the cancellation policy as I tell all my students to read their contracts and the fine print. This policy included the following paragraph:

Most hotels do not allow unmarried / unrelated couples to check-in. This is at full discretion of the hotel management. No refund would be applicable in case the hotel denies check-in under such circumstances ..

I guess if the Buddha and Ananda wanted a room, ananda

or Mother Teresa and Jesus Christ,

MT

they might be out of luck!

Not good karma, if you ask me……  Now, how can I turn this into a Contracts’ exam question?

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About Jennifer Drobac

R. Bruce Townsend Professor of Law Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law~ I began my journey in the San Francisco Bay area. A student at CPS in Oakland and then at Stanford University, I worked for several years before attending law school, again at Stanford. A trip around the world after taking the California Bar introduced me to more distant lands than I had seen during school days. I returned to clerk for Judge Barefoot Sanders in Dallas, Texas where I gave birth to Michal McDowell-- the best first born daughter and future doctor one can imagine. When she was two, we moved to Santa Cruz, California where I opened my own law practice. After I earned my doctoral degree (in law) at Stanford, I hit the road again and settled here in Indiana where I teach at IU McKinney. As I anticipate exploring the world again as a Fulbright Specialist (starting in India), I start this blog. A travel log of adventures in midlife!
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