The scope of resorts and leisure law reflect public lodging establishments, which refer to any unit, group of units, dwelling, building, or group of buildings within a single complex of buildings that can be rented to the public. It can include hotels, motels, resorts, bed and breakfast inn and the like. However, there are state specific laws regarding when such accommodation can be treated as public lodging establishments.
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