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Article Date:
July 2006


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504

 

 

Any Personal Use Destroys the Business Rooms at a Bed and Breakfast


Charles E. and Sandra A. Anderson owned and operated the Eureka Street Inn, a bed and breakfast in Sutter Creek, California. They used part of the inn as their personal residence.

 

On the first floor, the Andersons set some rooms aside for personal use. They also used the lobby, registration area, office, kitchen, and laundry room for both business and personal purposes (dual-use areas). The court had to decide if the dual-use areas were part business and part personal, or simply ... Log in to view full article.

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