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OTAs and TOs sue New York City over new hotel tax

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Published on 05/01/10 - Updated on 17/03/22

Online travel companies and the U.S. Tour Operators Assoc filed a lawsuit against New York City, challenging the legality of the city's recently amended hotel occupancy tax. The tax requires resellers of New York hotel rooms to remit a tax based on the full retail rate paid by the customer as a...

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