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Technical
PART 2
ORDINARY SINGLES PLAY
C. INTERFERENCE WITH PLAY

29. GENERAL PRINCIPLES

  1. DEFINITION Interferences with play are irregularities other than errors and are dealt with under Laws 30 to 35 (but see Law 39(b) for restoration of bisques in handicap play and Law 53(g)(2) for restoration of time in time-limited games).
  2. DELIBERATE INTERFERENCE A player must not deliberately commit an interference.
  3. PLAYER MUST DECLARE A player must immediately forestall play and declare any interference he believes may have been committed by either player.
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