2022 New York Laws
CVR - Civil Rights
Article 4 - Equal Rights in Places of Public Accommodation and Amusement
40-E - Innkeepers and Carriers Refusing to Receive Guests and Passengers.

Universal Citation: NY Civ Rights L § 40-E (2022)

§ 40-e. Innkeepers and carriers refusing to receive guests and passengers. A person, who, either on his own account or as agent or officer of a corporation, carries on business as innkeeper, or as common carrier of passengers, and refuses, without just cause or excuse, to receive and entertain any guest, or to receive and carry any passenger, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

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