Hotel Law, Transactions, Management and Franchising presents a practical guide to the issues that face lawyers and industry leaders working in the hospitality field. It aims to develop the readeras understanding of the acquisition process and the complex relationships in management and franchise deals that dominate the hotel industry. This text is written primarily as a desktop reference for legal practitioners working in the hotel law field and is also suitable for students studying towards hotel and hospitality careers both at an undergraduate and law school or graduate level. The highly experienced author, contributors and editors offer insights into the industry players and their preferred positions, desired outcomes, and the potential pitfalls that can ensnare even the most well-planned deals. With broad coverage of the rapidly growing field of hospitality lawaincluding gaming, recreation, and amenitiesa the bookas approach examines the dominant models of hotel ownership, management and franchising, and includes independent hotels and the move towards complex resorts. The bookas coverage of key legal topics ranges from real estate, to intellectual property, contracts, and finance.Hotel Law will give readers an understanding of the hospitality industry from the perspective of the transactional practitioner, while examining the multi-party relationships and agreements that develop between an owner, operator, licensor and lender.Operating Budget see Annual Budget Operating Cash Flow a measure of the amount of cash generated by the Hotela#39;s normal ... charges; and routine repairs, maintenance and minor alterations treated as Operating Expenses; (3) the cost of Inventories and Fixed Asset ... and expenses, other than costs and expenses of property and building insurance (which is generally expressed as a Fixed Expense);anbsp;...
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