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Technical
PART 3
OTHER FORMS OF PLAY
B. HANDICAP SINGLES PLAY

39. RESTORATION OF BISQUES

  1. AFTER AN ERROR
    1. If an error is rectified, any half-bisque or bisque played by the striker after the first stroke in error is restored.
    2. If a game is restarted under Law 26(b), any half-bisque or bisque played by either player is restored.
    3. If any point is cancelled because it is discovered before the end of the game that it was scored out of order, any half-bisque or bisque played by the striker is restored if it was played with the relevant ball as the striker's ball after the last point in order was scored for that ball.
  2. AFTER INTERFERENCE If play is deemed not to have occurred under Laws 30 to 32, any half-bisque or bisque played during such play is restored.
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