All of the above-6.13 - illegal procedures
technical infractions that give the offending team an advantage but do not necessarily impact a specific opponent.
6.13.5 - false starta jammer or blocker who false starts must yield advantage. if a false-starting blocker or jammer yields her advantage but the opposing jammer or blocker does not take advantage of her attempt to yield position, neither jammer nor blocker will be awarded an additional penalty.
6.13.6 - too many skaters on the track. the extra skater is instructed to return to her bench without stopping the jam. the penalty is issued to the skater instructed to return to her bench.
6.13.16 - a false start by a jammer or blocker who does not yield advantage. the jammer or blocker who committed the false start must stop all forward motion until the opposing jammer or blocker(s) takes the lead by passing her. if a false-starting blocker or jammer yields her advantage but the opposing jammer or blocker(s) does not take advantage of her attempt to yield position, an additional penalty must not be assessed and the yielding skater may proceed.
6.13.17 - forcing a jam to be called off due to too many skaters on the track. the penalty is issued to the pivot in that jam. if there is no pivot in that jam, the penalty is issued to the last non-pivot blocker to enter the track to the extent that the referee is able to determine who that skater was. if there is no pivot in the jam and the referee is unable to determine the last skater to enter the track, the referee issuing the illegal procedure must penalize the blocker on the track closest to the referee who calls the penalty.
6.13.18 - improper uniform, jewelry, or skates.
6.13.27 - removing required safety equipment (see section 7.3.6 and section 10.1.1).