Please select the primary annotation format for this document.

This is the kind of formatting, including any special characters or symbols, used to structure citations in the document.

Type Description
§ (Legal) When the Authority Document is a law, act, statute, or regulation.
§ (Legal) and ¶ (for bulleted Paragraphs) When the Authority Document is a law, act, statute, or regulation that contains bulleted paragraphs.
§ (Legal) and ¶ (Para) When the Authority Document is a law, act, statute, or regulation that contains paragraphs.
¶ (Numbered Paragraphs) When the Authority Document is not a law, act, statute, or regulation that contains sections with paragraphs.
¶ (Numbered Paragraphs) with § (Legal) for tables When the Authority Document is not a law, act, statute, or regulation that contains sections with paragraphs and tables.
¶ (Para and Page) When the Authority Document is written in book-like format with no section titles.
¶ (Para and Page) or ID (Reference ID) When the Authority Document is written in book-like format with some sections that contain IDs.
¶ (Para and Page) with Section Titles When the Authority Document is written in book-like format with section titles.
Article (Art) When the Authority Document is an act or other such document that contains Articles.
Ch (Chapter and § (Legal) When the Authority Document is a law, act, statute, or regulation that contains multiple chapters.
Control:
When the Authority Document contains named or numbered controls.
ID (Reference ID)
When the Authority Document contains IDs for sections.
Li (Line and Page)
When the Authority Document is written in book-like format with numbered lines.
None
When none of the suggested primary formats fits the Authority Document.
Rule (Defined Rules)
When the Authority Document states how to reference its own sections

 

 

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