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Footnote numbers are placed in superscript, usually at the end of the sentence. If you are referring to a word, place the footnote number directly after the word. If you cite one source multiple times, use ibid or supra after the first citation rather than repeating the full citation.
When quoting a contract, you should write the quote and then include the page number and section where the quote can be found. If you cite a contract in a letter, you should inform the recipient that you can provide them a copy of the contract if necessary.
Most legal citations consist of the name of the document (case, statute, law review article), an abbreviation for the legal series, and the date. The abbreviation for the legal series usually appears as a number followed by the abbreviated name of the series and ends in another number.
The title number. The abbreviation of the code used (here, U.S.C.A. or U.S.C.S.) The section symbol (§) followed by a space and the section number containing the statute. The name of the publisher (West or LexisNexis) The year of the code.
A basic citation would include the title of the code as displayed on the site, the title of the Web site as the title of the container, the publisher of the Web site, and the location: United States Code. Legal Information Institute, Cornell U Law School, www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text.
Sections provide a method for creating a collection of clauses, other sections, and rules that have a common function or purchase attributes within the contract. Sections are reusable and nested in document structures and can contain clauses, subsections, and rules.
When quoting a contract, you should write the quote and then include the page number and section where the quote can be found. If you cite a contract in a letter, you should inform the recipient that you can provide them a copy of the contract if necessary.
As verbs the difference between clause and section is that clause is (shipping) to amend (a bill of lading or similar document) while section is to cut, divide or separate into pieces.
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