When these contradictions arose, we understood that a more comprehensive approach was warranted. At that time, we were in the process of updating our Airport Compliance Manual and we took this opportunity to clarify our guidelines on residential properties through the fence. The new Regulation 5190.6B states that “the FAA may not under any circumstances support an agreement on the closure related to the use of the accommodation, as this measure is inconsistent with the Confederation`s commitment to ensure a compatible use of land next to the airport.” While this arrangement is only an internal and binding guide for FAA employees, we are aware that it is a widespread reference within the airport community. Although it is not necessary, we have made the order available to the public for a period of six months. On the contrary, the focus has been on commercial access to the fence. In general, in most cases, we have advised against trade agreements through closing….