The problems associated with human mobility require constant testing and refining of the principles embodied in our common and statutory law. Furthermore, there has developed an increasing concern for the rights of the economically disadvantaged individual in contemporary America. The compound problems of the mobile poor have been partly resolved by the application of the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to them.
The Innkeeper's Lien and Due Process,
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