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The liability of the keeper of a hotel for the loss of or injury to personal property placed by hotel guests under the keeper's care, other than that described in sections 60-01-29 through 60-01-31, shall be that of a depositary for hire. Such liability, in no case, shall exceed the sum of one hundred fifty dollars for each trunk and its contents, ten dollars for each box, bundle, or package and its contents, and fifty dollars for all other miscellaneous effects, including wearing apparel and personal belongings, unless the hotelkeeper has consented in writing with such guest to assume a greater liability. If the loss or injury is caused by a fire not intentionally produced by the hotelkeeper or the hotelkeeper's servants, the hotelkeeper is not liable.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 60. Warehousing and Deposits § 60-01-32. Character of liability--Limitations - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-60-warehousing-and-deposits/nd-cent-code-sect-60-01-32/
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