How do you cite a state law?
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Hereof, how do you cite a state law in MLA?
In MLA style,"References to the United States Code, which is often abbreviated USC, begin with the title number. Alphabetize a USC entry as if it began United States Code. When including more than one reference to the code, list the entries in numerical order by title [title number] and, within titles, by section."
Similarly, how do you cite a federal law? There are just five pieces of information that you need when creating an APA Style reference for a basic federal statute: the name of the statute, the title number, the name of the source in which you found the statute, the section number(s) of the statute, and the year of the source in which you found the statute.
Keeping this in view, how do you cite a state statute in APA?
To use this resource, first, click on the "Examples of Citations" link on the left panel.
- Next, click on "Constitutions and Statutes" in the left panel on the next page.
- Then scroll to the state section on the next page and click on the state of interest to view examples of legal citations for that state.
How do you reference a law?
Basic format to reference legislation For Acts of Parliament, details to include are: Short title in italics, or use the long title if there is one, year in italics, jurisdiction abbreviation (in round brackets) and section/s if applicable, e.g. Yarra River Protection (Wilip-Gin Birrarung Murron Act 2017 (Vic)