DPP –⁠ Receivables

Legal basis for the processing of your personal data:

The terms and conditions for providing a public transport of passengers on road and rail systems is governed by a Decree No. 175/2000 Sb., on the transport regulations for public rail and road passenger transport and Act No. 111/1994 Sb., on road transport – as well as other legislation listed under the tab "Passenger Fined by Ticket Inspector". Other contractual requirements are implicit in the “Contractual Transport Conditions of Prague Integrated Transport (PID)”, the Tariff Schedules (Fares) of Prague Integrated Transport (PID) and the “General Business Terms and Conditions of the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP)”. With respect to the above, it is the obligation of each passenger to present a valid travel document whenever asked to do so at/during a transport check. If the passenger cannot present a valid travel document, the ticket inspector is entitled to impose a surcharge and to require full payment of all fares and other charges.

If the passenger does not pay the abovementioned payments, including the surcharge, within the specified period of one month, the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) may proceed with a judicial recovery of the receivables.

The processing of your personal data in connection with the recovery of a receivable is a legitimate interest of the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP).

The legal basis for the processing in this case is therefore:

  • keyword (title): legitimate interest.

Processed Personal Data 

The personal data necessary for the recovery of the abovementioned payments includes: first and last name, date and place of birth, mailing address and identity document number, in accordance with the following:

  • the provisions of § 18a, Section 2 (c) of Act No. 111/1994 Sb., on road transport,
  • the provisions of § 37, Section 4 (d) of Act No. 266/1994 Sb., on railways.

Your personal data are being processed in order to do the following:

  • to protect the legitimate claims of the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP),
  • to enforce the legitimate claims of the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP).

Recipients or categories of recipients of Personal Data

Personal data may be passed on to third parties (recipients) only for the purposes referenced above. In most cases, the recipient would be the processors or the controllers of personal data who are cooperating with the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) in the recovery of receivables, or the state administrative bodies. Below are the names of attorney’s and law firms currently working with the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP).

Mgr. ROMAN AMBROŽ  
ID 66247161  
Dříteč 155  
533 05 Dříteč 
Mgr. STANISLAV BODLÁK  
ID 73063789  
Sobotín 270  
788 16 Petrov nad Desnou  
Law Offices of KGS legal s.r.o.  
ID 06295525 
Národní 416/37  
110 00 Prague
Mgr. MARTIN ZIKMUND  
ID 71332961  
Šafaříkovy sady 2455/5
301 00 Pilsen

The period for which the personal data will be stored and the criteria used to determine this period.

Your personal data are processed for the time period necessary to fulfill the purposes of the processing. The Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) will delete personal data as soon as the purposes of processing cease to exist.

The time period, for which the personal data will be stored is determined on the basis of the following criteria:

  • In general, the personal data of passengers without a valid travel document are processed for a time period of 5 years from the date of payment of the debt (fare and fare surcharge) or from the date of termination of the related court or execution proceedings – that is, for such a period as to allow the affected parties to pursue possible remedies and to take any further action, or for the period of time required under the law.
  • Litigation and other proceedings: Should the processing of your personal data be relevant to any proceedings in which the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) is a party (or intervener), we will process your personal data for the entire duration of these proceedings and for any related subsequent or ancillary proceedings.

Processing Method

Personal data is processed both manually and by electronic means. The handing over of personal data to recipients – to law firms handling the recovery of receivables – is done with the utmost awareness of all applicable data security protocols.