What is PRESUMPTIVE DISABILITY?

A presumed disability that is deemed to be permanent and involved the loss of limbs, vision or hearing. Individuals bearing such disabilities do not have to undergo medical tests to prove that their disabilities are a hindrance to their functioning.

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