RHM 421-320 February 9 Notes
RHM 421-320 February 9 Notes RHM 421-320
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Wynn Rodgers on Wednesday February 11, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to RHM 421-320 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by Teer in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 153 views. For similar materials see Hospitality Law in Public Health at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa.
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Date Created: 02/11/15
RHM 421320 Notes February 9 2015 Product Liability governed by basic negligence law Breach of Duty 0 Duty people dealing with food have to use reasonable care with purchase and providence of food Contract Law applies when goods and services are not satisfactory Breach of Contract governed by state law Uniform Commercial Code UCC A group of law professors got together and decided to create commercial law for all states All states have adapted to this to make trade from state to state easier UCC requires food produced provided for human use for price meeting these guidelines has to be edible ingredients are things humans generally eat f food is not up to UCC codes it is contractual License Have to have a license in Alabama to sell food Every government state or federal has a department for each type of laws to create laws and enforce them has the responsibility of overseeing and regulating all of the law that deals with establishments selling food Law tells you what to do regulations tell you how to do it Responsible to inspect and know what to inspect for Right to get an injunction when law is not met court order to stop doing something Liquor 17005 Western Virginia Whiskey Rebellion 0 New tax on alcohol 0 Farmers claim it s a tax on livelihood unfair 0 Their crop corn was converted to alcohol because they couldn t transport through woods 0 Government ended up prevailing Liquor has always been an important commodity to this country Slave Trade Rum Running George Washington liquor made at Mt Vernon Temperance Movement in late 18005 0 Wanted to get rid of alcohol because it was the source of women39s problems to protect them from abuse liquor is no longer legal in this country 0 Lead to the Mafia organized crime 1930s1940s states can sell liquor but Feds will tax it RHM 421320 Notes February 9 2015 Controlled by Alabama State Law and regulate Alabama Beverage Control in charge of many things dealing with liquor License Authorized by ABC Alabama differentiates between wine beer and liquor Also have to get a license from local municipality Wet vs Dry Counties in Alabama 0 Citizens vote 0 Within a dry county municipalities Pickens county is dry except Aliceville Losing Liquor License Unlawful to sell liquor outside allowable hours 3 Unlawful to sell to underage or giveaway 4 You get in trouble if you re a store people buy liquor and they are caught drinking in store drinking in liquor store 5 If you don t keep certain records 6 ABC amp law enforcement have a right to inspect property with reasonable notice 10 Can t add more alcohol 22 Arrested for Fake ID Serving Liquor License Can serve alcohol at 19 but someone 21 should be on premises No buying until 21 Alabama and every other state have passed the Dram Shop Act creates an artificial relationship between provider of liquor to the person injured by person drinking 0 Respondiat Superior employer responds to employee Holds giver of liquor for injury if they were not responsible for person drinking If the bar provides liquor unlawfully and standard of care the bar and bartender are held responsible f bartender cuts customer off they do meet standard of care Bartender needs to if bartender cuts customer off but they get up and leave and have a wreck There is a parallel law for drugs
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