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Technical
PART 2
ORDINARY SINGLES PLAY
C. INTERFERENCE WITH PLAY

30. BALLS WRONGLY REMOVED OR NOT REMOVED FROM GAME

  1. GENERAL If it is discovered before the end of the game that play has been affected because either:
    1. a ball has been removed from the game under the misapprehension that it has been pegged out; or
    2. a ball has not been removed from the game in accordance with Law 15 when it has been pegged out
    all play from and including the first affected stroke is deemed not to have occurred, any points scored for any ball therein are cancelled, the balls are replaced in their lawful positions at the end of the stroke preceding the first affected stroke and, subject to Law 30(b), the player entitled to play at that time continues his turn without penalty. If it cannot be determined when play was first affected it is deemed to be when the ball was first misplaced.
  2. EARLIER ERRORS If it is also discovered that the limit of claims of one or more errors had not passed when play was first affected, the relevant laws shall be applied as if the error or errors had been discovered at that time.
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