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What are service contracts

38 What are service contracts

(1) A
"service contract" is a contract between the chief executive for the State and an operator under which the operator is required to provide a public passenger service for an area or route in a way that meets or exceeds performance levels stated in the contract.
(2) If—
(a) a regulation has been made under section 36 (Market entry restrictions) for a public passenger service; and
(b) the chief executive has declared, under section 42 (Declaration that service contracts are required), that a service contract is required to provide the service for an area or a route;
a service contract may provide the operator with the exclusive right to operate the public passenger service for the area or route.

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