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Innkeepers Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. I-2

Section 7: An innkeeper is not liable to make good to the innkeeper’s guest any loss of or injury to property brought to the innkeeper’s inn, except
(a) when the property has been stolen, lost or injured through the wilful act, default or neglect of the innkeeper or the innkeeper’s servants,
(b) when the property, other than a vehicle, has been expressly delivered for safe custody to the innkeeper, but the innkeeper may, if the innkeeper thinks fit, require as a condition of the innkeeper’s liability under this clause that the property be deposited in a box or other receptacle and fastened and sealed by the person depositing it, or
(c) when a vehicle has been expressly delivered into the custody of the innkeeper for storage or parking in a place specifically reserved and designated by the innkeeper for the storage or parking of vehicles, in which case the liability of the innkeeper for the vehicle and its contents is that of a bailee for reward.

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