Guest as trespasser
When a guest has become a trespasser under ORS 164.243 (Criminal trespass in the second degree by a guest) and if that guest refuses to depart from a transient lodging in sufficient time for the hotelkeeper to honor a confirmed reservation, the hotelkeeper may have the guest and chattels of the guest removed by a police officer without incurring any liability to the guest for removal and, if appropriate, may retain possession of the chattels pursuant to ORS 87.156 (Innkeepers lien). [1979 c.856 §4]
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