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Asked on: 8/24/13, 3:35 pm

We own a private lodge and have a client who became physically abusive to one of our staff members - the captain of the boat he was fishing on. We have posted on our website this disclaimer: "(Company Name) reserves the right to refuse service to anyone whose behavior before, during or after their trip is deemed offensive to us, our clients, or associates."

Is that sufficient to deny this client access to the boat without refund? I should mention he is on a remote island so we would not turn him out into the street, but would not allow him to go out on the boats to fish until his return flight, since he has shown himself to be a potential danger to himself and others, especially on the water.

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