A person concerned with the provision of a service to the public or a section of the public, whether for payment or not, must not discriminate or victimise against a person requiring the service by not providing that person with the service1. When the person is providing the service he must not discriminate against or victimise a person in relation to the terms on which the service is provided or by terminating the provision of the service or by subjecting the person to any other detriment
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