Went to jail me and my boyfriend our names were the only ones registered to the room and legally the only authorized person or persons in which us and us only should have been able to obtain a copy of the key card to thus(paid) room 2 days in advance prior to our arrests but yet the hotel allowed not one but two or more unauthorized and might I add unidentified (NO proof of IDENTITIES) whatsoever to personal to not only enter the room I paid for but also take items out while knowing aware that bother registered guest were in police custody and had not received any approval from us and once questioned about the matter the property managers demeener became very unpleasant and quite unprofessional and simply replied with and I quote " Well you'll have to take that up with whoever you believe stole your belongings because I'm not liable for your property and hung up
And you have proof that the hotel intentionally or negligently allowed this to happen? The burden of proof is on you. Hotels are generally not liable for theft of property so you’ll have a couple of issues. Consult with an attorney,
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, Did the hotel know that you were in custody of the police? Couldn’t hotel thought the room abandon
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