In single sided markets, in order to handle situations where the oﬀered capacity is insuﬃcient to meet the demand under all of the other constraints, resulting in an infeasible OPF, we introduce the concept of emergency imports. We model an import as a ﬁxed injection together with an equally sized dispatchable load which is bid in at a high price. Under normal circumstances, the two cancel each other and have no eﬀect on the solution. Under supply shortage situations, the dispatchable load is not fully dispatched, resulting in a net injection at the bus, mimicking an import. When used in conjunction with the LAO pricing rule, the marginal load bid will not set the price if all oﬀered capacity can be used.