Number 005 in this year is about the conditions for a protest committee to reinstate an abandoned race.
Redress is a many splendoured thing. A PC can score a race even with the last mark-rounding. RC, you'd better have a rubber at that mark!
ISAF Q&A 2010 - 005
And number 006 is about the time limit for requesting redress after a race that has only a few finished boats because the others were over the time limit to finish. As the PC always has the possibility to extend the time limit for handing in a protest or request, it is essential to start counting from the right time. In this case the publication of the scoring (DNF) for the boats. And then - when it is clear that boats could not have seen that scoring when published - the PC can extend.
ISAF Q&A 2010 - 006
For those of you who wonder what the effing these Q&A's are, have a look at: Q&A-Introduction.
" Unlike the ISAF Cases, which are authoritative interpretations and explanations of the rules, these answers are solely to assist Race Officials in applying the rules consistently. "I wonder what has happened to the expiration dates?