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NFIRS Relational Edit Rule 165

The NFIRS specification provides this definition for Relational Edit Rule 165:

Relational Edit Rule 165 — If Incident Type is “611 Cancelled en-route” then the Property Use and Casualty fields are not required on the Basic Module.
Responserack’s supplement:

Responserack’s copy of the above NFIRS definition, with (when available) NFIRS codes expanded:

Relational Edit Rule 165 - If Incident Type is Dispatched & Cancelled En Route (611) “Cancelled en-route” then the Property Use and Basic Module, Block H1 (Casualty Fields) are not required on the Basic Module.

Rule References
Entity  Reference 
Incident Type Dispatched & Cancelled En Route (611)
Element Property Use
Module Basic
Module Basic
 
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