Chapter 4 Measures Regarding Violations
Article 10 (Measures for ejection from the stadium)
1. If any of the following items applies to a spectator, the Host Organization may order the spectator concerned to leave the stadium even during the game or under any other conditions. If, however, the spectator promptly resolves the reason to leave the stadium and it is judged that the degree of inconvenience that the spectator caused to other spectators is slight, the Host Organization may give respite from the order to leave the stadium.

(1) If a cause for refusal of the sale of an admission ticket specified in Article 3 applies to the person concerned;

(2) If a person brings into the stadium a prohibited article specified in Paragraph 1 of Article 5;

(3) If a cause for refusal of the entry specified in Article 6 applies to the person concerned;

(4) If a person violates a prohibited act specified in Article 8;

(5) If a person or a group who has obtained permission based on Article 9 deviates from the scope of the permission or carries out an act that violates the conditions accompanying the permission;

(6) If a person does not comply with the instructions given by the staff, etc., of the Host Organization; and

(7) If the Host Organization judges that the person concerned should leave the stadium for any reason that is deemed to be equivalent to the reasons specified in any of the preceding items.

2. If the spectator does not leave the stadium in spite of an order to leave the stadium by the staff, etc., of the Host Organization in cases where the Host Organization judges that it is proper to make the spectator leave the stadium, the Host Organization may report this to the police or take measures to prompt the spectator to leave the stadium to the extent that it is appropriate to do so.

Article 11 (Designation of persons to whom refusal to sell an admission ticket applies)
1. If a person brings in a prohibited article, violates a prohibited act, carries out prohibited cheering activities, violates these Provisions or makes a false or misleading statement in the procedures concerning these Provisions (if a group does such an act, the group member), and the Host Organization judges that such act is malicious, the Host Organization shall designate such violator (if the violator is a group, the group member) as a person to whom the Host Organization shall refuse to sell an admission ticket as specified in Article 3.

2. In the cases specified in the preceding Paragraph, if such violator belongs to a cheering group, according to the circumstances, the Host Organization shall designate any person who is a member of such group or who was a member of such group at the time of the violation or a member of any other group that belongs to the same association as the said group as a person to whom the Host Organization shall refuse to sell an admission ticket as specified in Article 3.

3. In cases where a person who falls under Items between 1 to 7 and Item 9 of Article 3 belongs to a cheering group, according to the circumstances, the Host Organization shall designate a person who is a member of such group, a member of any other group that belongs to the same association as the said group and a person who used to belong to the same group or the association at the same time as the person to whom this Paragraph applies to, as a person to whom the Host Organization shall refuse to sell an admission ticket as specified in Article 3.

4. No person may raise any objection to the judgment made by the Host Organization based on the preceding three Paragraphs.

5. A person who is designated as the person specified in Paragraphs 1, 2 or 3 of this Article shall comply with the instructions of the staff, etc., of the Host Organization, including the presentation of his/her identification card or a facial image, etc.

6. If the Host Organization judges that a person who is designated as the person specified in Paragraphs 1, 2 or 3 of this Article reflects on his/her act and that there is no likeliness that such person will repeat the violation, the Host Organization may absolve the person concerned from such designation upon consultation with the Professional Baseball Crime Groups, etc. Exclusion Measures Conference.

7. If the Host Organization judges that it is necessary in order to judge whether to absolve the person concerned from the designation mentioned in the preceding Paragraph, the Host Organization may set a period for monitoring developments for a particular game or games during a particular term and add a condition that the behavior of watching the game or cheering shall be good during such monitoring period.

Chapter 5 Refund, etc. of the Admission Fee
Article 12 (Refund of the admission fee)
1. No refund of the admission fee shall be made in cases where entry is refused according to Article 6, or measures are taken to leave the stadium according to Article 10.

2. In addition to the provision specified in the preceding Paragraph, the conditions and details for the refund of the admission fee shall be specified by the Host Organization separately.The refund of an admission ticket other than a regular admission ticket, however, shall not be made regardless of the reason of refund.

Article 13 (Limitation on liability)
1. The Host Organization and the Stadium Manager shall not be responsible for the compensation of the following damage that spectators may suffer. This, however, shall not apply to cases where such damage is caused for reasons attributable to the Host Organization, staff, etc., of the Host Organization or the Stadium Manager.

(1) Damage caused by a home run ball or foul ball, or any other damage caused by activities of game, fan service or practice;

(2) Damage caused by other spectators including riots and disturbances;

(3) Damage caused by the stadium facilities;

(4) Damage caused by an act by the spectators in violation of these Provisions, any rules specified by the Host Organization or instructions of the staff, etc., of the Host Organization;

(5) Damage caused by the refusal of entry as specified in Article 6 or measures for ejection from the stadium as specified in Article 10; and

(6) In addition to the items listed above, damage that occurs in the stadium and areas under its control on the occasion of watching a game.

2. In the case of the proviso mentioned in the preceding Paragraph, the scope of any compensation of the damages that the Host Organization or Stadium Managershall pay shall be limited to direct damage including treatment fees, etc. and shall not include lost profits or any other indirect damage or particular damage. This, however, shall not apply to damage caused by an intentional act or gross negligence of the Host Organization, staff, etc., of the Host Organization or the Stadium Manager.

3. Spectators shall constantly and carefully observe the course of the balls during practice, home run balls, foul balls, balls thrown in for fan service, etc. and shall pay sufficient attention so that he/she does not suffer any damage.

Chapter 6 Other Provisions
Article 14 (Detailed provisions)
Any other detailed provisions concerning game watching shall be specified by the Host Organization separately.

Article 15 (Jurisdiction)
The sole jurisdiction of the court of first instance for any dispute between the spectators and Host Organization concerning the game watching contract shall be, according to the petitioned amount, the district court or the summary court situated in the location of head office of the Host Organization.

Chapter 7 Supplementary Provisions
Article 16 (Effect)
1. These Provisions shall come into force on February 4, 2010.

2. These Provisions may be revised by the Host Organization even during the period of the annual league championship games and the revised Provisions shall apply to the game watching contract concerning any game to be held after the effective date of such revision.

Article 17 (Acts before the Provisions come into force)
If an act that is carried out before these Provisions come into force should have fallen under the provisions of Paragraphs 1, 2 or 3 of Article 11 if these Provisions were applied, the Host Organization may designate the person concerned as a person to whom the Host Organization refuses to sell an admission ticket as specified in Article 3 according to Paragraph 1 or 2 of Article 11.

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