Section 7 - Validity and withdrawal of a travel pass
In exchange for a receipt, Transport Company may withdraw a passenger’s travel pass and remove passenger or have passenger removed from the vehicle, when:
- The passenger violates or fails to follow a legal or contractual provision relating to the transportation and in all reasonableness for the transportation company cannot be required further to transport the passenger.
- The passenger utilizes a travel pass that is not valid or misuses the travel pass or hinders or interferes with the checking of travel passes.
- Does not meet the requirements for obtaining or paying for the travel pass.
A travel pass is not valid at all when:
- Such follows from the day indication.
- It is unauthorized due to alterations, manipulation, or mutilation.
- It not readable or insufficiently readable.
- If the passport photo under the protective layer has become easy to get at.
In case of withdrawal or removal, passenger is not entitled to any refund, not even for the time passenger could not dispose of his travel pass.
In case a travel pass which was issued in someone’s name has been withdrawn, for reason of invalidity or misuse, or when the passenger prevented or obstructed inspection thereof, passenger does not have a right to a new travel pass issued in this passenger’s name.
In case the passenger in question can prove that the circumstance leading to the withdrawal and/or removal cannot be ascribed to him, subsections 3 and 4 of this section are not applicable.