Hotel Proprietors Act, 1963


1.—(1) In this Act—

“hotel” means an establishment which provides or holds itself out as providing sleeping accommodation, food and drink for reward for all comers without special contract and includes every establishment registered in the register of hotels kept under Part III of the Tourist Traffic Act, 1939 ;

“proprietor”, in relation to a hotel, means the person carrying on the business of the hotel and, in the case of a hotel registered in the said register, includes the person entered in the register as the proprietor thereof.

(2) This Act shall be construed subject to the provisions of the Civil Liability Act, 1961 .