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Disability Discrimination

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ISBN13: 9780752002811
ISBN: 0752002813
Published: November 1996
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Format: novelty / activity book
Price: Out of print



The implications of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 for individuals and businesses are far reaching and are felt in just about every aspect of life. Disability Discrimination: The Law and Practice provides practitioners with all the guidance they need to this important legislation, offering clear and detailed legal analysis of the Act, all the relevant statutory instruments and the Codes of Practice. The authors, both specialists in the key areas, have brought together a wide range of source materials to enable practitioners to understand the law from the perspective of both the disabled person and the bodies which need to comply with the Act. They consider the key areas which need to be kept in mind, in particular discrimination in relation to employment; goods and services; premises; residential and commercial landlords; education, and transport. In addition, the authors take a practical approach, providing: * Checklists to help identify issues and get to grips quickly with the new law * Draft pleadings to help practitioners work efficiently * Advice on practice and procedure to ensure that everything has been covered * The statutory Codes of Practice and Guidance readily

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Contents:
The Disability Discrimination Act 1995.
Part 1 Basic concepts: the meaning of ""disability"" and ""disabled person""; the meaning of ""discrimination"" and ""justification"".
Part 2 Discrimination and enforcing rights in relation to: employment; goods and services; premises; transport.
Part 3 taking action in the Industrial Tribunals, County Court, Sheriff's Court and High Court.
Part 4 The National Disability Council.
Part 5 The European context.