Legal discrimination 09 Nov 2015

You can discriminate against someone and break the law about 13 basic ways.  For the rest, you're free to discriminate at your will. For example, if someone comes into your shop smelling of BO, you're entitled to insist they leave. It would take too much space in this newsletter for us to list the prohibited grounds for discrimination, but the list is readily available on Google “Discrimination in New Zealand.” We suggest you refer to it when you need it.

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