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24.—(1) In this regulation a “relevant relationship” is a relationship during the course of which an act of discrimination against, or harassment of, one party to the relationship (“B”) by the other party to it (“A”) is unlawful by virtue of any preceding provision of this Part.
(2) Where a relevant relationship has come to an end, it is unlawful for A—
(a)to discriminate against B by subjecting him to a detriment; or
(b)to subject B to harassment;
where the discrimination or harassment arises out of and is closely connected to that relationship.
(3) In paragraph (1), reference to an act of discrimination or harassment which is unlawful includes, in the case of a relationship which has come to an end before the coming into force of these Regulations, reference to an act of discrimination or harassment which would, after the coming into force of these Regulations, be unlawful.
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