What happens if the rules in netball is broken?

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if it is done to a player a penalty pass is awarded where you have to stand next to the layer you were marking and caused this offence to while they take a pass and you are not allowed to interfere. Footwork and any unintentional minor offences are awarded a free pass which is a normally pass where you can interfere.

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