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Legal Ease: Quiet Enjoyment Is a Right

In real estate terms, the right to be left free of interference is called “quiet enjoyment.” By the same token, event attendees have the right to expect their experience at a hotel or other venue to be free from interference from outside sources. Construction, strikes, and even other meetings held at the same time are but a few of the occurrences that can get in the way.

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