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Recently, Jim Dahl was on a bus tour in a mountain area. The bus broke down forcing the group to stay overnight. Group members had to pay for their own hotel bills. Jim believes that the hotel cost
for the group should be paid by the tour company. Which legal action would be most appropriate?
Recently, Jim Dahl was on a bus tour in a mountain area. The bus broke down forcing the group to stay overnight. Group members had to pay for their own hotel bills. Jim believes that the hotel cost for the group should be paid by the tour company. The legal action most appropriate is: Class action suit.
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User: Recently, Jim Dahl was on a bus tour in a mountain area. The bus broke down forcing the group to stay overnight. Group members had to pay for their own hotel bills. Jim believes that the hotel cost for the group should be paid by the tour company. Which legal action would be most appropriate?

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Recently, Jim Dahl was on a bus tour in a mountain area. The bus broke down forcing the group to stay overnight. Group members had to pay for their own hotel bills. Jim believes that the hotel cost for the group should be paid by the tour company. The legal action most appropriate is: Class action suit.

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