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WendyS | 19:50 Mon 15th Oct 2007 | Health & Fitness
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I've just been diagnosed with a torn cartilage and told to refrain from vigorous physical activity until I've recovered from surgery, so have frozen my LA Fitness gym membership for 3 months. Was pretty annoyed to be told that I would have to pay a �12 per month freezing "administration fee". Is this normal, and is it legal for them to charge this under Disability legislation, as I am, in fact, temporarily "disabled"? Am also postiing in Legal as it's partly a legal issue too.

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You are not disabled for the purpose to the Act - you have an injury.

My club would charge the cheapest possible option - �25 per month in these circumstances, as clearly stated in the terms and conditions. Yes it is legal.

What does your terms and conditions say?

You could still use the club - there are plenty of seated exercises available to you,



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