||Title:||Disability Discrimination Ordinance||Gazette Number:||E.R. 1 of 2013|
|Section:||28||Heading:||Discrimination in disposal or management of premises||Version Date:||25/04/2013|
(1) It is unlawful for a person ("the disposer"), in relation to premises in Hong Kong of which he has power to dispose, to discriminate against another person with a disability or any other person providing, or intending to provide, services or facilities on those premises (and who for this purpose is to be treated as an associate of that other person with a disability) to persons with a disability-
(a) in the terms on which the disposer offers him those premises;
(2) It is unlawful for a person ("the manager"), in relation to premises managed by him, to discriminate against another person with a disability occupying the premises-
(b) by refusing his application for those premises; or
(c) in his treatment of him in relation to any list of persons in need of premises of that description.
(a) in the way the manager affords him access to any benefits or facilities, or by refusing or deliberately omitting to afford him access to them; or
(3) Subsection (1) shall not apply to a person who owns an estate or interest in the premises and wholly occupies them unless he uses the services of an estate agent for the purposes of the disposal of the premises, or publishes or causes to be published an advertisement in connection with the disposal.
(b) by evicting him, or subjecting him to any other detriment.
(4) Subsection (2) shall not apply to a person who discriminates against another person with a disability if the affording of access to any benefits or facilities would impose unjustifiable hardship on the person affording such access.
(5) In this section in relation to premises, power to dispose (有權處置) includes the power to sell, rent, let, sub-let or otherwise part with possession of those premises.