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Disability Discrimination Act 1995

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Section 2(2).

SCHEDULE 2E+W+S+N.I. Past Disabilities

1The modifications referred to in section 2 are as follows.E+W+S+N.I.

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I1Sch. 2 wholly in force at 30.5.1996; Sch. 2 not in force at Royal Assent see s. 70(3); Sch. 2 in force (E.W.S.) at 17.5.1996 by S.I. 1996/1336, art. 3(m); Sch. 2 in force (N.I.) at 30.5.1996 by S.R. 1996/219, art. 3(1)

2References in Parts II and III to a disabled person are to be read as references to a person who has had a disability.

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I2Sch. 2 wholly in force at 30.5.1996; Sch. 2 not in force at Royal Assent see s. 70(3); Sch. 2 in force (E.W.S.) at 17.5.1996 by S.I. 1996/1336, art. 3(m); Sch. 2 in force (N.I.) at 30.5.1996 by S.R. 1996/219, art. 3(1)

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[F12AReferences in Chapter 1 of Part 4 to a disabled pupil are to be read as references to a pupil who has had a disability.]E+W+S

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F22BReferences in Chapter 2 of Part 4 to a disabled student are to be read as references to a student who has had a disability.E+W+S

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3In section 6(1), after “not disabled” insert “ and who have not had a disability”.E+W+S+N.I.

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I3Sch. 2 wholly in force at 30.5.1996; Sch. 2 not in force at Royal Assent see s. 70(3); Sch. 2 in force (E.W.S.) at 17.5.1996 by S.I. 1996/1336, art. 3(m); Sch. 2 in force (N.I.) at 30.5.1996 by S.R. 1996/219, art. 3(1)

4In section 6(6), for “has” substitute “ has had”.E+W+S+N.I.

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I4Sch. 2 wholly in force at 30.5.1996; Sch. 2 not in force at Royal Assent see s. 70(3); Sch. 2 in force (E.W.S.) at 17.5.1996 by S.I. 1996/1336, art. 3(m); Sch. 2 in force (N.I.) at 30.5.1996 by S.R. 1996/219, art. 3(1)

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[F34AIn section 28B(3)(a) and (4), after “disabled” insert “or that he had had a disability”.]E+W+S

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F3Sch. 2 paras. 4A-4E inserted (E.W.S.) (1.9.2002) by 2001 c. 10, s. 38(13) (with s. 43(13); S.I. 2002/2217, art. 3, Sch. 1 Pt. I

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F44BIn section 28C(1), in paragraphs (a) and (b), after “not disabled” insert “and who have not had a disability”.E+W+S

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F54CIn section 28S(3)(a) and (4), after “disabled” insert “or that he had had a disability”.E+W+S

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F64DIn subsection (1) of section 28T, after “not disabled” insert “and who have not had a disability”.E+W+S

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F6Sch. 2 paras. 4A-4E inserted (E.W.S.) (1.9.2002) by 2001 c. 10, s. 38(13) (with s. 43(13); S.I. 2002/2217, art. 3, Sch. 1 Pt. I

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F74EIn that subsection as substituted by paragraphs 2 and 6 of Schedule 4C, after “not disabled” insert “and who have not had a disability”.E+W+S

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5For paragraph 2(1) to (3) of Schedule 1, substitute—E+W+S+N.I.

(1)The effect of an impairment is a long-term effect if it has lasted for at least 12 months.

(2)Where an impairment ceases to have a substantial adverse effect on a person’s ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities, it is to be treated as continuing to have that effect if that effect recurs.

(3)For the purposes of sub-paragraph (2), the recurrence of an effect shall be disregarded in prescribed circumstances.

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I5Sch. 2 wholly in force at 30.5.1996; Sch. 2 not in force at Royal Assent see s. 70(3); Sch. 2 in force (E.W.S.) at 17.5.1996 by S.I. 1996/1336, art. 3(m); Sch. 2 in force (N.I.) at 30.5.1996 by S.R. 1996/219, art. 3(1)

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