- Apr 15, 2015
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'Concepts' isn't the law of the land.We are debating concepts, if you are not up to it, may I suggest they Hello Kitty message board as something more your speed?Why do I need a link? This is my opinion on what a PA is, and is not.Yeah, I understand the concept of what you are saying. I was being polite, provide a link.A public accomodation is a business that opens itself up to the public, allows the public on it's property, and conducts point of sale commerce. Contracted non-essential and non-timely services should not fall under the same rules.Please do demonstrate your point in the real world.
An example would be a Hotel can be compelled to provide rooms for people regardless of who they are (as long as they can pay) as they offer rooms to the public, and the use of the room (as long as lawful) is of no concern to the owner of the hotel.
On the other hand, if the same hotel offers it's rooms out for events, it should be able to pick and choose which events it hosts, and not fall under PA laws as this is a non-essential, non-timely contracted service.
States are the ones who have extended the meaning to include "any time money changes hands"
Oh, OK. I didn't realize we were debating a make believe world in your head. My bad.