Discrimination in disposal or management of premises
(1) It is unlawful for a person, in relation to premises in Hong Kong of which that person has power to dispose, to discriminate against another person—
(a) in the terms on which the person offers that other person the premises;
(b) by refusing the other person’s application for those premises; or
(c) in the person’s treatment of the other person in relation to any list of persons in need of the premises of that description.
(2) It is unlawful for a person, in relation to premises managed by that person, to discriminate against another person (“the second-mentioned person”)—
(a) in the way he or she affords the second-mentioned person access to any benefits or facilities, or by refusing or deliberately omitting to afford the second-mentioned person access to them; or
(b) by evicting the second-mentioned person, or subjecting him or her to any other detriment.
(3) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who owns an estate or interest in the premises and wholly occupies them unless the person 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.
(4) In this section, “power to dispose” (有權處置), in relation to premises, includes the power to sell, rent, let, sub-let or otherwise part with possession of those premises.