checking out


checking out
Termination of the status of a person as guest in a hotel. 29 Am J Rev ed Innk § 25; the operation in a supermarket whereby the customer's purchases are totaled, payment made by him, and the merchandise placed in bags for convenience in transporting it.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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