i'm a professional Netball player, therefore i will answer your question. If you break a minor rule you will have to stand by the players side doing nothing until the ball leaves their hands, then you can move again. It's called a penalty pass.
You most likely get a 2 min minor penalty
That depends on which religion and which rule. There is no single answer.
A free pass is awarded when a play breaks a minor rule. Therrefore the free pass is taken from the same spot as to where the rule was broken.
u get the point
I'm not a hundred percent positive but, I believe if a minor rule is broken you just have a gentle chastisement (criticize).
its a rule
the answer is replay
If you break the offside rule, the other team gets a free pass where you went offside, you are not out of play.
Netball is played on a Court. All positions played in netball have a strict rule as to where in the court you can play.
The contact rule of netball is that you are not allowed any contact. If contact occurs then a penalty pass is awarded to the opposite team.
The offside rule in netball simply means you have gone out of your boundary and trodden over the line your position isn't allowed to.
To follow basic netball rules and blow the whistle when one rule is broken. The biggest rule is to be fair to both teams.