Haw. Code R. § 16-74-162 - Scoring fouls

Current through February, 2022

The "no foul" rule exists in the State of Hawaii. (Although such rule exists a boxer may be disqualified for continuous and deliberate fouling.) A penalty is imposed on a boxer who commits fouls and the referee shall be the sole judge when a foul occurs and the number of points to be deducted. He may deduct from one to two points for fouls and will notify each judge the amount of points he has penalized such boxer and it will be then the duty of the judges to do likewise. No interference is made with the individual judgment of the officials with the exception of points deducted for fouls by the referee.

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Haw. Code R. § 16-74-162
[Eff 10/2/81; comp 10/5/91] (Auth: HRS § 440-6) (Imp: HRS § 440-9)

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