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56.—(1) In this Part, unless the context otherwise requires—
“authorised person” means, in relation to any purpose, a person authorised for that purpose by Merseytravel;
“fare ticket” means a ticket authorising the person in respect of whom it is issued to travel on a tramcar;
“general travel authority” means any permit, other than a fare ticket, authorising the person in respect of whom it is issued to travel on a tramcar;
“penalty fare” means a penalty fare payable pursuant to article 58;
“the penalty fare provisions” means articles 58 to 63; and
“tram system stop” means a station or other regular stopping place on the authorised tram system at which passengers may get on or off tramcars.
(2) Any reference in this Part to a person producing a fare ticket or general travel authority on being required to do so by an authorised person is a reference to producing, when so required, a fare ticket or general travel authority which, either by itself or together with any other document produced by that person at the same time, is valid for the journey he has made.
(3) For the purposes of paragraph (2), a person who is on a tramcar shall be taken to have made a journey ending at the next scheduled tram system stop.
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