Hospitality Law Quiz

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Quiz by C Garrucha, updated more than 1 year ago
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7 Hospitality law Quiz on Hospitality Law Quiz, created by C Garrucha on 12/09/2015.

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Question 1

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After WW2 many countries are devastated therefore they came up with: [blank_start]the treaty[blank_end] and [blank_start]common market[blank_end].
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  • the treaty
  • common market

Question 2

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How many member states does Europe have?
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  • 20
  • 32
  • 28

Question 3

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The institutions are the organs of Europe, which are: [blank_start]European commission[blank_end], [blank_start]European parlement[blank_end], [blank_start]Council of the European union[blank_end].
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  • European parlement
  • European commission
  • Council of the European union

Question 4

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Which of this 6 countries participated in European Coal & Steel in 1950?
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  • Belgium
  • Spain
  • Luxemburg
  • Netherland
  • Italy
  • Portugal
  • France
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • Sweden

Question 5

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Which is not one of the 5 founders in 1952?
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  • Robert Schuman
  • Winston Churchill
  • Bill Clinton
  • Alicide Gasperi
  • Jean Monett
  • Kondrad Adanauer

Question 6

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The 4 freedoms within European Union are: 1. [blank_start]Freedom of goods[blank_end] 2. [blank_start]Freedom of people[blank_end] 3. [blank_start]Freedom of service[blank_end] 4. [blank_start]Freedom of capital[blank_end]
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  • Freedom of goods
  • Freedom of people
  • Freedom of service
  • Freedom of capital

Question 7

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Who is currently the chairman of the European parliament?
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  • Martin Schulz
  • Jean Claude Juncker
  • Donald Tusk

Question 8

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Who is currently the leader of the European commission?
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  • Jean Claude Juncker
  • Donald Tusk
  • Martin Schulz

Question 9

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Who is currently the chairman of the council of European Union?
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  • Jean Claude Juncker
  • Donald Tusk
  • Martin Schulz

Question 10

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Legislation means
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  • Higher court that decides about the cases/disputes.
  • Law or set of law
  • Agreement of laws.

Question 11

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Jurisdiction means
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  • The right power to agree on legislation.
  • Law or set of law.
  • The higher court that decides about the cases/disputes (disagreements).

Question 12

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Complete the process of law making chart
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  • Importance of people
  • Proposition of European commission
  • Decision making of council of ministers
  • Execution by national local authority
  • Controlled by court of justice

Question 13

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Another term for freedom of goos is [blank_start]no restriction allowed[blank_end]. That means, everybody is free to import, export and trade. The [blank_start]Dasonville[blank_end] case was about exported whisky from France to Belgum. The conclusion was that Belgum hinders the free movement.
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  • no restriction allowed
  • Dasonville

Question 14

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Important acronyms: ECJ: [blank_start]European court of justice[blank_end] TFEU: [blank_start]Treaty of functioning European Union[blank_end] (Freedom of goods or single market) MHEE: [blank_start]measuring having equivalent effect[blank_end] (distinctly/indistinctly)
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  • European court of justice
  • Treaty of functioning European Union
  • measuring having equivalent effect

Question 15

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Directive European legislation is a Primary law.
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  • True
  • False

Question 16

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The secondary law consist of regulations, directive and treaty functions.
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  • True
  • False

Question 17

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Treaty functioning of European law is a primary law
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  • True
  • False

Question 18

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When referring to a legislation, you don't have to write down the case, the article is enough.
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  • True
  • False

Question 19

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The goal of EEX is to
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  • ignore single market for public morality, policy, security, health, etc.
  • have agreement between businesses on having negative effects.
  • To understand which court has jurisdiction.
  • So that parties agree on certain law.

Question 20

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The [blank_start]EEX[blank_end] steps of jurisdiction. 1. Did the parties agreed which court? If so, case is closed. If not, go to step 2. 2. Is the dispute about immovable property, individual employment contracts, consumer contract? If so, proceed to cases.If not, go to next step. 3. Using general rules. Court of defendant has jurisdiction.
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  • EEX

Question 21

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The 3 issues discussed on step 2 of EEX are: [blank_start]immovable property[blank_end] [blank_start]individual employment contracts[blank_end] [blank_start]consumer contracts[blank_end]
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  • immovable property
  • individual employment contracts
  • consumer contracts

Question 22

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The 2 cases discussed are
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  • AMEX
  • EEX
  • ESCO
  • ECO

Question 23

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ECO consist of ROME I, ROME II and ROME III
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  • True
  • False

Question 24

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Which doesn't apply on the law of ECO.
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  • it covers the issues about international court.
  • It consist of contractual obligations and non contractual obligations.
  • It is not applicable for UK and Denmark.
  • It is not applicable for family issues.
  • Is is applicable if about 1 of the EEX jurisdictions: immovable property, consumer contract, employment contact

Question 25

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ECO IS ABOUT INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT, EEX IS ABOUT WHICH COURT HAS JURISDICTION ECO IS ABOUT INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT, EEX IS ABOUT WHICH COURT HAS JURISDICTION ECO IS ABOUT INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT, EEX IS ABOUT WHICH COURT HAS JURISDICTION ECO IS ABOUT INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT, EEX IS ABOUT WHICH COURT HAS JURISDICTION ECO IS ABOUT INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT, EEX IS ABOUT WHICH COURT HAS JURISDICTION ECO IS ABOUT INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT, EEX IS ABOUT WHICH COURT HAS JURISDICTION
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 26

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ECO: ROME 1 (Contractual obligation) 1. The same party lives in the same country then they can use [blank_start]national law[blank_end]. 2. There is choice of law in contact thus eco is [blank_start]applicable[blank_end]. 3. Art 4 applicable? 4. emplyment or consumer?
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  • national law
  • applicable

Question 27

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DHW is a law tat stand for Dutch Horeca Wet
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  • True
  • False

Question 28

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The requirements in DHW are: Managers must be [blank_start]21[blank_end] years of age Not placed under [blank_start]parental authority[blank_end] No poor [blank_start]conduct[blank_end] (bad record)
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  • 21
  • parental authority
  • conduct

Question 29

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The set up requirements of a horeca consist of dimensions such as height of establishment, number of toilets are nationwide the same.
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  • True
  • False

Question 30

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Prohibitions stated on DHW are
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  • No serving & retailing alcohol
  • No retailing except hygienic products (condoms, etc.)
  • No alcohol vending machines
  • No service under 18 or drunk person
  • No alcohol at petrol stations
  • No alcohol in stock without permit
  • No service without DHW licence
  • No manager that supervise

Question 31

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If you have DHW permit, event is allowed if your event last for 10 days.
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  • True
  • False

Question 32

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The licence must always be on premesis and contains: name of the person entitled, name of the owner, type of company, location, details of area lay-out, regulations and limitations.
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  • True
  • False

Question 33

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Revocational of licence is applied if:
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  • incorrect information is provided
  • morality of set-up no longer meets
  • there is a new manager
  • there is suspicious risk like serving drinks

Question 34

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The licence doesn't have to be relocate if the establishment has not been observed.
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  • True
  • False

Question 35

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The licence expires if
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  • There is no operation for 6 months
  • There is no activity done as intended for a year
  • Has new licence

Question 36

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The criminal activity check is called [blank_start]wet bibob[blank_end]
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  • wet bibob

Question 37

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Business are obligated to submit
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  • occupancy notification
  • financial notification
  • fire safety notification
  • environmental notification
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