Rule 50.3; Use of Outriggers
Use of poles set to leeward to act as struts for the sheeting of headsails.
Section B, Part 5.
 Where the sailing instructions specify an arbitration procedure, it is in effect a hearing, therefore Section B of Part 5, Hearings and Decisions, applies.
Rule 44.2; One-Turn and Two-Turns Penalties
The Basic Principles require boats to take a penalty when they break a rule. After delaying taking the One-Turn Penalty and therefore failing to comply with the requirements of rule 44.2, the only option available is to retire.
Rule 14; Avoiding Contact
Rule 16.1; Changing Course
Rule 23;Capsized Anchored or Aground; Rescuing
Out of Control boats, Capsized boats and rules 16.1 and 14
Rule  89.1; Organizing Authority
Regulations
19.20(d), (f); ‘Prohibited Event’
Onus to investigate OA compliance with rule 89.1 and ramifications of participating in a "Prohibited Event"
Rule  60.3 ; Right to Protest; Right to Request Redress or Rule 69 Action
Rule 61.1(c); Informing the Protestee
Definition  Party 
Exonerating and penalizing a boat involved in an incident which is not a party to the hearing.
Rule  62; Redress
Case  116
Determining an appropriate redress when the score includes both qualifier and final series
Rule 62.1(b); Redress
Consideration of Redress under 62.1(b) when the specific type of damage is not uncommon in a class and anticipated in the class rules.
Rule 63.1; Requirement for a Hearing
When the race office is not available anymore, delivering the protest to the organizing authority meets the requirements of rule 63.1.
Rule 75.1; Entering a Race
World Sailing Regulation 19; Eligibility
In sailing events that do require World Sailing Eligibility, a competitor from a country which does not have a member national authority may only compete if the Board has waived the requirements listed in regulations 19.4(a) and 19.4(b).
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