Rose v Bouchet [1999] IRLR 463 EAT

Reports relating to this case:

  • Disability discrimination: Variable justification defences under the DDA

    1 December 1999

    In Rose v Bouchet, the Sheriff Principal takes the view that the wording of the two justification defences in the "services" provisions and the "employment" provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act is so different that there is no point in looking to employment cases for help in construing the defence under the services provisions.

  • Premises case fails

    1 September 1999

    In Rose v Bouchet (19 May 1999) EOR87C, the Edinburgh Sheriff Court upholds a finding that a landlord was justified in refusing to let his premises to a blind person.