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|Footnote Template - Author||Subsequent References Templates|
|Author, 'Document Title', Web Page Title (Document Type, Full Date) Pinpoint <URL>.||Author Surname (n Footnote Number) Pinpoint.|
|Jeremy Gans, 'News: The Court Reveals a Legal Scandal', Opinions on High (Blog Post, 3 December 2018) <http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/opinionsonhigh/2018/12/03/news-the-court-reveals-a-legal-scandal>.||Gans (n 3).|
|Footnote Template - Authored by a body||Subsequent References Templates|
|Author, 'Document Title', Web Page Title (Document Type, Full Date) Pinpoint <URL> ('Short Title').||Short Title (n Footnote Number) Pinpoint.|
|'Unlawful Operators', Legal Services Commission (Web Page, 18 January 2019) <https://www.lsc.qld.gov.au/discipline/disciplinary-and-other-relevant-regulatory-decisions/unlawful-operators> ('Unlawful Operators').||Unlawful Operators (n 31).|
Davine, Derry, 'GST withholding - New residential premises and potential residential land', Substantive Legal Updates (Web Page, 25 July 2018) <https://www.liv.asn.au/Staying-Informed/Substantive-Legal-Updates/Practice-Resources/April-2018/GST-withholding---New-residential-premises-and-pot>
See General Rules Part 1: AGLC4 1.1-1.13.
Also see General Rules for Citing Secondary Sources 4.1-4.
For Multiple Authors see AGLC4 Rule 4.1.2.
The website title should be treated like the title of a book (see AGLC4 Rule 6.2). Where the author and web page title are identical, the author should not be included. For further details see AGLC4 Rules 7.15.
Only cite sources as internet materials if they do not exist in a published form and no other AGLC4 rule applies to it.