How do I define "defrauding an innkeeper"?

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Defrauding an innkeeper is a term used to refer to a crime committed against the proprietor or manager of a restaurant or motel. A person is guilty of this crime when he or she gets food or lodging at any motel, hotel and lodging abode without paying.
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