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4.9.4. Party rules > 4.9.4.2. Role separation rules - Pg. 119

98 CHAPTER 4 Types of rules 4.9.4 Party rules Party rules can in turn be categorized as 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. party restriction rules (described in Section 4.9.4.1); role separation rules (described in Section 4.9.4.2); role binding rules (described in Section 4.9.4.3); information access rules (described in Section 4.9.4.4); responsibility rules (described in Section 4.9.4.5). 4.9.4.1 Party restriction rules A party restriction rule places restrictions on who can perform some processes or activities or play some roles, based on age, some other physical characteristic or capability, or training, testing, and certification in the appropriate skills: for example, R140. A person may travel alone only if the age of that person is at least 2 years. R141. A person may be employed as a cabin crew member