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Burden of Proof

Key Points

The Claimant must establish that the Respondent could have committed a discriminatory act.

  • The Respondent then has the burden of proof to show that there is a sound defence.
  • This ‘reversal of the burden of proof’ does not apply to criminal offences under the Equality Act 2010.

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