Legislation

Section 100 – Disabled persons

Introduction

This section defines what it means for a person to be disabled for the purposes of this act. The following individuals are disabled: (i) those whose sight, hearing or speech is substantially impaired; (ii) those with a “mental disorder or impairment of any kind”; (iii) those who are “physically substantially disabled by illness, injury, impairment […]

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