rotor wrote:Russell wrote:cprems wrote:You've also overlooked that the hotel MUST post it on their website if they're to be in compliance with the law. I believe that both must be done and not either/or. Hopefully someone will correct any omissions or incorrect data.
Texas Occupations Code 2155.103 adds this requirement for hotels, but I am seeing nothing that says it nullifies a valid 30.06/30.07 posting if they don't do it.Sec. 2155.103. NOTICE REGARDING FIREARMS POLICY. (a) A hotel shall include on the hotel's Internet reservation website the hotel's policy regarding the possession, storage, and transportation of firearms.
(b) If a hotel provides a written confirmation or a written statement of terms and conditions to a consumer after accepting the consumer's hotel reservation by telephone, the hotel shall include information specifying how the consumer may review applicable guest policies. The guest policies must indicate the hotel's policy regarding the possession, storage, and transportation of firearms by guests.
(c) A hotel owner or keeper commits an offense if the person does not comply with this section. An offense under this subsection is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than $100.
Added by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., R.S., Ch. 237 (H.B. 333), Sec. 1, eff. September 1, 2013.
If I had to bet, no hotel has ever been fined for not having this on their website.
so if a hotel DOES have 30.06/30.07 signs, that includes your personal hotel room right?