Legal Question in Consumer Law in New York

Coat Check Laws

Is the restaurant liable for items that are stolen when an item is checked in at a coat check

Asked on 2/08/08, 2:49 am

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Michael Markowitz Michael A. Markowitz, PC
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Re: Coat Check Laws

Under NY General Business Law section 201, "property deposited by guests or patrons in the parcel or checkroom of any hotel, motel or restaurant, the delivery of which is evidenced by a check or receipt therefor and for which no fee or charge is exacted, the proprietor shall not be liable beyond two hundred dollars, unless such value in excess of two hundred dollars shall be stated upon delivery and a written receipt, stating such value, shall be issued, but he shall in no event be liable beyond three hundred dollars, unless such loss occurs through his fault or negligence."


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Answered on 2/08/08, 8:08 am

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