The international rights and obligations of administrations in respect of their own and other administrations’ frequency assignments shall be derived from the recording of those assignments in the the Master Register or from their conformity, where appropriate, with a Plan. Such rights shall be conditioned by the provisions of these Regulations and those of any relevant frequency allotment or assignment Plan.
Any frequency assignment recorded in the Master Register with a favourable finding under RR11.31 shall have the right to international recognition. For such an assignment, this right means that other administrations shall take this into account when making their own assignments, in order to avoid harmful interference. In addition, frequency assignments in frequency bands subject to coordination or subject to a Plan shall have a status derived from the application of the procedures relating to the coordination or associated with the Plan.
A frequency assignment shall be known as a non-conforming assignment when it is not in accordance with the Table of Frequency Allocations or the other provisions of these Regulations. Such an assignment shall be recorded for information purposes, only when the notifying administration states that it will be operated in accordance with RR4.4(see also RR8.5).