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Guidance for service providers following Lee v Ashers Baking Co Ltd

Guidance for service providers following Lee v Ashers Baking Co Ltd
27/04/2017
See our guidance, short guide to the law and model policy for service providers.








If you are a service provider, it is unlawful for you to discriminate against your service-users on the grounds of disability, sex, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, religious belief, political opinion, racial group and sexual orientation by:
 

  • refusing to provide any of the goods or services which you normally provide to the public
  • providing a service of a lower (inferior) standard or quality than you normally provide
  • providing a service in a worse manner than you normally provide
  • providing a service on less favourable terms than you normally provide


For further information see our guidance:
 

Guidance for Service Providers
Download our guidance following the case of Lee v Ashers Baking Co Ltd (PDF - 73kb)

Short Guide to the Law
Download our short guide to discrimination law - goods, facilities, services and premises (PDF - 296kb)

Equality Policy for Service Providers
Download our revised policy guidance for service providers (Word doc - 18kb)


 

 

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