A limited liability partnership ('LLP')1 or proposed LLP2 must not discriminate3 against or victimise4 a person:
(1) in the arrangements it makes for deciding to whom to offer a position as a member5;
(2) as to the terms on which it offers the person a position as a member6;
(3) by not offering the person a position as a member7.
An LLP ('A') must not discriminate against or victimise a member ('B'):
(a) as to the terms on which B is a member8;
(b) in the way A affords B access, or by not affording B access, to opportunities for
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