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Travel advisors owe a duty of care to the traveling public they serve, including a duty to confirm reservations and to provide all relevant and necessary information. ...

The law with respect to a travel agent's responsibility in the event of another's failure to provide the client with travel services is probably best developed in New York. ...

There is, of course, a natural tension between the travel advisor's role as travel promoter and salesperson, on the one hand, and the advisor's need to protect himself from litigation by unsatisfied c ...

Relatively few cases have squarely dealt with travel advisor' liability for physical injury or illness of their client travelers. Even among those cases that refer to a party as a "travel advisor," up ...


If your travel agency wins a judgment against a client or other party for money owed, the court will record that fact on the court's records. Now the question is: will the defendant pay the judgment, ...

Travel agencies are not, in the major part of what they do, retailers or principals in their own right who sell their own services. They are "advisors" who sell to the public the transportation or acc ...

The rebating of domestic air fares became legal in 1981. Advisors, however, must follow the policies of their principals, the airlines, when selling their tickets. Airlines are the "policemen" of thei ...

The following grid lists states that regulate travel sales and/or travel sellers and the government office responsible for enforcement of the regulation. ...

For Use by All Sellers of Travel Revised As of January 1, 1999Based on the California Seller of Travel Law ...

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ASTA Headquarters

American Society of Travel Advisors
675 N Washington St, Ste 490
Alexandria, VA 22314 U.S.A.