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Disability in relation to a person under the EOA means:
i) Total or partial loss of a bodily function;
ii) Total or partial loss of a part of the body;
iii) Malfunction of a part of the body including a mental or psychological disease or disorder;
iv) Malformation or disfigurement of part of the body.
The acts of discrimination can be in employment, education, provision of goods and services and provision of accommodation.
Discrimination of a person because of their disability is prohibited under the EOA, except where there is undue hardship on the employer/prospective employer, the provider of goods or services or facilities.