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Outrage erupted on social media after United Airlines forcibly removed a passenger from an overbooked flight on Sunday. Many fault the airline for removing the passenger on the grounds that the passenger was a paying customer. 

          Unfortunately, in most cases, airlines have the legal right to remove paying customers. This is because, most of the time, airline tickets are 'revocable licenses.’ Indeed, most tickets are not construed to be contractual guarantees by the property owner of the right to use the premises. This has been the law since the 1845 case of Wood v. Leadbitter involving the removal of a paying ticket-holder from an English horse...

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