This Schedule applies where a duty to make reasonable adjustments is imposed on A by this Part of this Act.
(1) A must comply with the first, second and third requirements.
(2) For the purposes of this paragraph—
(a) the reference in section 20(3) to a provision, criterion or practice is a reference to a provision, criterion or practice applied by or on behalf of A;
(b) the reference in section 20(4) to a physical feature is a reference to a physical feature of premises occupied by A;
(c) the reference in section 20(3), (4) or (5) to a disabled person is to an interested disabled person.
(3) In relation to the first and third requirements, a relevant matter is any matter specified in the first column of the applicable table in Part 2 of this Schedule.
(4) In relation to the second requirement, a relevant matter is—
(a) a matter specified in the sec
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