Disability Discrimination Act 1995

Failure to obtain consent to alterationE+W+S+N.I.

5If any question arises as to whether the occupier has failed to comply with the section 21 duty [F2 or a duty imposed under section 21E or 21H], by failing to make a particular alteration to premises, any constraint attributable to the fact that he occupies the premises under a lease is to be ignored unless he has applied to the lessor in writing for consent to the making of the alteration.E+W+S

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E2This version of this provision extends to England and Wales and Scotland only; a separate version has been created for Northern Ireland only

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5If any question arises as to whether the occupier has failed to comply with the section 21 duty [F3or the duty imposed under section 21E or 21H], by failing to make a particular alteration to premises, any constraint attributable to the fact that he occupies the premises under a lease is to be ignored unless he has applied to the lessor in writing for consent to the making of the alteration.N.I.

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E3This version of this provision extends to Northern Ireland only. A separate version has been created for England and Wales and Scotland only

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