PC’s NAME _______________ AUDITOR _____________ DATE__________
1. DO YOU HAVE AN ARC BREAK? (ARE YOU UPSET)
(If the question reads, establish if the upset is due to a break in AFFINITY, REALITY, COMMUNICATION or UNDERSTANDING, by assessment. Indicate what read to the Pc. Take the one found and fit into the following buttons, CURIOUS ABOUT _____, DESIRED _____, ENFORCED _____ INHIBITED _____. Indicate the by-passed charge to the Pc. Check ARC Break question, if reads, ask for earlier similar ARC Break.)
2. DO YOU HAVE A PRESENT TIME PROBLEM?
(If this reads, handle with Itsa earlier similar Itsa.)
3. IS A LIST INCOMPLETE?
(If reads, find out what list and complete it, give the Pc his item.)
4. HAS A LIST BEEN LISTED TOO LONG?
(If so, find what list and get the item off from it by nulling with suppress, the nulling question being: “On __________ has anything been suppressed?”, for each item on the overlong list. Give the Pc his item.)
5. HAVE WE TAKEN THE WRONG ITEM OFF A LIST?
(If this reads, put in Suppress and Invalidated on the list and null as in 4. above and find the right item and give to the Pc.)
6. HAS A RIGHT ITEM BEEN DENIED YOU?
(If this reads, find out what it was and clean it up with Suppress and Invalidate and give it to the Pc.)
7. HAS AN ITEM BEEN PUSHED OFF ON YOU YOU DIDN’T WANT?
(If so, find it and get in Suppress and Invalidate on it and tell Pc it wasn’t his item and continue the original action to find the correct item.)
8. HAD AN ITEM NOT BEEN GIVEN YOU?
(If reads handle as in 6.)
9. HAVE YOU INVALIDATED A CORRECT ITEM FOUND?
(If so rehab the item and find out why the Pc invalidated it or if somebody else did it, clean it up and give it to Pc again.)
10. HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF ITEMS THAT YOU DID NOT PUT ON THE LIST?
(If so, add them to the correct list. Renull the whole list and give the Pc the item.)
11. HAVE YOU BEEN LISTING TO YOURSELF OUT OF SESSION?
(If so, find out what question and try to write a list from recall and get an item and give it to the Pc.)
12. HAVE YOU BEEN GIVEN SOMEBODY ELSE’S ITEM?
(If so, indicate to the Pc this was not his item. Don’t TRY to find whose it was.)
13. HAS YOUR ITEM BEEN GIVEN TO SOMEONE ELSE?
(If so, find if possible what item it was and give it to the Pc. Don’t try to identify the “somebody else”.)
14. HAS A RELEASE POINT BEEN BY-PASSED ON LISTING?
(If so, indicate the overrun to the Pc, rehab back.)
15. HAS A RELEASE POINT BEEN BY-PASSED ON THE QUESTION ONLY?
(If so, indicate the overrun to the Pc and rehab back.)
16. HAS IT BEEN AN OVERT TO PUT AN ITEM ON A LIST?
(If so, find out what item and why.)
17. HAVE YOU WITHHELD AN ITEM FROM A LIST?
(If so, get it and add it to the list if that list is available. If not put item in the report. )
18. HAS A WITHHOLD BEEN MISSED?
(If so, get it, if descreditable ask “Who nearly found out?”)
19. HAS AN ITEM BEEN BY-PASSED?
(Locate which one.)
20. WAS A LISTING QUESTION MEANINGLESS?
(If so, find out which one and indicate to the Pc.)
21. HAS AN ITEM BEEN ABANDONED?
(If so, locate it and get it back for the Pc and give it to him.)
22. HAS AN ITEM BEEN PROTESTED?
(If so, locate it and get the protest button in on it.)
23. HAS AN ITEM BEEN ASSERTED?
(If so, locate it and get in the assert button on it.)
24. HAS AN ITEM BEEN SUGGESTED TO YOU BY ANOTHER?
(If so, get it named and the protest and refusal off.)
25. HAS AN ITEM BEEN VOLUNTEERED BY YOU AND NOT ACCEPTED?
(If so, get off the charge and give it to the Pc, or if he then changes his mind on it, go on with the listing operation.)
26. HAS THE ITEM ALREADY BEEN GIVEN?
(If so, get it back and give it again.)
27. HAS AN ITEM BEEN FOUND PREVIOUSLY?
(If so, find what it was again and give it to Pc once more.)
28. HAS AN ITEM NOT BEEN UNDERSTOOD?
(If so, work it over with buttons until Pc understands it or accepts or rejects it and go on with listing.)
29. WAS AN ITEM DIFFERENT WHEN SAID BY THE AUDITOR?
(If so, find out what the item was and give it to the Pc correctly. )
30. WAS NULLING CARRIED ON PAST THE FOUND ITEM?
(If so, go back to it and get in Suppress and Protest.)
31. HAS AN ITEM BEEN FORCED ON YOU?
(If so, get off the reject and Suppress and get the listing action completed to the right item if possible.)
32. HAS AN ITEM BEEN EVALUATED?
(If so, get off the disagreement and Protest.)
33. HAD EARLIER LISTING BEEN RESTIMULATED?
(If so, locate when and indicate the by-passed charge.)
34. HAS AN EARLIER WRONG ITEM BEEN RESTIMULATED?
(If so, find when and indicate the by-passed charge.)
35. HAS AN EARLIER ARC BREAK BEEN RESTIMULATED?
(If so, locate and indicate the fact by Itsa earlier similar Itsa.)
36. DO YOU HAVE AN ARC BREAK BECAUSE OF BEING MADE TO DO THIS?
(If so, indicate it to the Pc, check the question if reads. Get earlier similar Itsa.)
37. IS THERE SOME OTHER KIND OF BY-PASSED CHARGE?
(If so, find what and indicate it to Pc.)
38. WAS THERE NOTHING WRONG IN THE FIRST PLACE?
(If so, indicate it to Pc.)
39. HAS THE UPSET BEEN HANDLED?
(If so, indicate it to the Pc.)
[The correction of 12 February 1969 was to change the word “WRONG” to “RIGHT” in Item 6.
The above Bulletin was amended on 8 August 1970, Volume VII, page 119, and the title changed to L4B-For Assessment of All Listing Errors. This amendment changed Item 1 to “WAS THE LIST UNNECESSARY?” and Item 2 to “WAS THE ACTION DONE UNDER PROTEST?”. It also added the following: after Number 15, “ 16. HAVE YOU GONE EXTERIOR WHILE LISTING?”; after Number 36, “38. HAS THIS LIST CORRECTION BEEN OVERRUN?”; and as a last item after Number 39, “42. HAS A LIST PROCESS BEEN OVERRUN?”. The items from 16 on were renumbered to accommodate the additional items.
This List was further amended on 18 March 1971, Volume VII, page 200, with no change in the title. This amendment added an item at the beginning: “1. DID YOU FAIL TO ANSWER THE LISTING QUESTION?”. All the previous items remained unchanged except for their numbers being increased by one. The handlings for these added items were the same as is given for them in HCO B 15 December 1968 REVISED, Revised 2 June 1972, L4BR-For Assessment of All Listing Errors, which can be found in Volume VIII, page 138.
The first issue of L4 was contained in HCO B 5 July 1963, ARC Break Assessments, Volume V, page 306.]